Katrina-like storm affecting Republican National Convention- why?

“Isaac” means “laughter” which is also the name of the current Hurricane moving toward Florida and the gulf coast.

William Koenig is a White House Correspondent and author of “Eye for an Eye,” a book reflecting on the United States and her politics regarding Israel. Every time the American government has made some shift to offer less support to our democratic ally and the Apple of God’s eye in the middle east, disaster has been clearly felt here in this country.
Once again, as the Republican National Convention is in progess; it is considering a two-state position as part of their platform. Simultaneously, a Hurricane, named “Isaac” is barreling into the Florida coast and threatening the northern gulf coast.

An upcoming major event in New Orleans scheduled for August 29, is a gay, lesbian yearly “celebration”  called “Southern Decadence.” (read the attached article below for some intriguing details.)

Hurricane warnings have been issued for portions of the northern Gulf Coast as Tropical Storm Isaac continues its west-northwestward march into the Gulf of Mexico.

Isaac poses a potential serious threat to portions of the northern Gulf Coast Tuesday into Wednesday. All interests from Louisiana to Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle should watch the progress of Isaac closely and begin to make preparations. Even areas as far west as extreme southeast Texas should continue to monitor Isaac’s progress in case a farther west track materializes.~World Watch Daily Koenig International News

In the Hebrew, “Isaac” means “laughter.” In Proverbs 1 God promises to laugh at the calamity of those who do not follow His instruction…

23“Turn to my reproof,
Behold, I will pour out my spirit on you;
I will make my words known to you.

24“Because I called and you refused,
I stretched out my hand and no one paid attention;

25And you neglected all my counsel
And did not want my reproof;

26I will also laugh at your calamity;
I will mock when your dread comes,

27When your dread comes like a storm
And your calamity comes like a whirlwind,
When distress and anguish come upon you.. ~ New American Standard Version

See the whole article here:White House & World News.

 

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