Earthquake location 13.987°N, 91.965°W  Earthquake location 49.185°N, 128.528°W
On the first day of Obama's reelection, we are seeing two major earthquakes rock the world, one a ghastly 7.4 major magnitude near Champerico, Guatamala, on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, at 16:35:47 UTC, at a depth of 24.1 km (15 mi); and the other a major 6.3 on Vancouver Island, Canada region, on November 8, 2012, at 02:01:51 UTC, at a depth of 16.6 km (10.3 mi).  

Today, stocks also plunged a record 369 points within the first two hours of trading, which hasn't been seen since Barack Obama took office in 2008, as stocks fell a record 486 points the day after his first election. 

There are 110 fatalities so far, caused by superstorm Sandy, and about 2.5 million people are still without power eight days after the storm, in freezing night temperatures on the East Coast.  A nor'easter storm rolled into the East Coast today, bringing with it rain, sleet, cold winds and snow hailing upon the already flooded states.  About 1,700 more flights have been cancelled throughout the day.  Residents are cooking outside and complaining that their needs are not being met.  People are carrying water from fire hydrants, in that there is still no plumbing in many areas of New York and New Jersey.  New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said, "I'm waiting for the locusts and pestilence next."  Governor Christie is a serious-minded fellow, so you have to know it's "real bad." 

Yesterday, as elections were taking place in America, Greece was at a near "stand-still," with strikes and chaos in the streets over new austerity measures.  The battle still rages in Syria, while Iran is very near to nuclear arms, which they plan to use against Israel and possibly the United States, according to Ahmadinejad's threats.  

What do we see here?  "The beginning of sorrows." 

Much of the world is in chaos, folks.  This has been foretold in Matthew 24, and various other passages throughout the Old and New Testaments.  We are close to the end of the age and a new dispensation with the return of Christ.

As Jesus spoke of events that would occur in the last days (Matthew 24), He said, "All these are the beginning of sorrows" Matthew 24:8. 

We do have hope in the coming Savior, Jesus Christ.  If you aren't saved, please visit the How Can I Be Saved page of this website.  Salvation is simple - it's only a prayer away.  God bless you.