South Dakota 100,000 Cows Die: Beef with God?

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If you are a hamburger lover please stop reading. The Lord has got beef with the beef. His promises are not threats but promises. The latest installment in the animal death prophecy is 100,000 cows died in an unexpected snowstorm. Expect the price of beef futures to increase just like the orange crops in Trading Places. 

South Dakota is the recipient of the Divine wrath and far away I am sure the country of India is weeping. There is nothing to say except the clean-up is going to be traumatic for the ranchers. We should pray for the ranchers because I am sure the insurance will not cover this because there is no “unexpected snowstorm” insurance. The financial pain is exacerbated by the fact the Government is shutdown and the cows were not forced into Obama health care. 

Zephaniah 1:2-3

English Standard Version (ESV)

The Coming Judgment on Judah

2 “I will utterly sweep away everything  from the face of the earth,” declares the Lord. 3 “I will sweep away man and beast;  I will sweep away the birds of the heavens and the fish of the sea, and the rubble with the wicked.  I will cut off mankind  from the face of the earth,” declares the Lord.

We have seen mass fish kills all of last year and this year, where scientist are baffled. Scores of dolphins are committing suicide beaching themselves and when pushed back into the water they swim back to the beach. What is happening to the animal kingdom? Do they know something we do not? Or can this be scientifically explained away as normal? The Lord has always used nature as His weapons of war and this falls right under His umbrella.

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  • kfree

    I have trouble with this way of thinking. If the death and torture of animals is the wrath of God, why does he take his wrath out on the animals rather than the people who are actually committing the sins? Why does God take his wrath out on Nature, or destroy Nature to punish bad people? Why doesn’t he just send a plague that affects the people? or burn down the homes of the people, or destroy their careers? I just really don’t understand the thinking in this story, and I hear it all the time with Christian thought.

    • RevelationWatcher

      First off this is your human way of thinking. Everything is from the physical perspective. From God’s perspective there is no death to His creation only a transmutation to spirit. Our bodies are nothing more than shells encasing our consciousness and souls. Man kills more animals a day than one act of God.

      Look at the beef industry but when it is done by an act of God it catches people’s attention. You are confused because you do understand the true nature of yourself. Even if you were to step outside of the Bible into an eastern philosophy you would learn the same concepts.

      We are living in a time where man lives in direct conflict with nature. It is only natural for nature to realign itself against the conflict. In the end, these are spiritual laws man has chosen to contradict and the entire Universe operates under these laws.

      Until we return to them there will be conflict. When people truly accept death is but a transition and understand there IS a Creator we will see suffering in the physical plane. God is not doing this to us…we are doing this to ourselves. .

      • kfree

        this makes a bit more sense to me. To honor all creation and all life, and I definitely do understand this from the Eastern philosophy view point… I do feel strongly that man has caused such destruction pain and suffering to all of Nature. But if we are doing this to ourselves, then even the Satanic cults ruling us now, could be something we have brought on ourselves. In America we have invaded many nations, and killed many people,… it would only seem Natural now that these actions come back to us.

        • NoChip4Me

          Very good response. Yes along with the massive fish, bird, honey bees, marine life we are reaping what we have sown.

          Again we can try and counter this with prayer. I find I am praying a lot more now.

          I pray whenever I hear of a tragedy or mishap and call upon God’s mercy to those involved.

      • NoChip4Me

        “Until we return to them there will be conflict.” Very good reply. I totally agree with this response. “God is not doing this to us…..we are doing this to ourselves.”

  • NoChip4Me

    God’s ways are not our ways.
    My understanding is this was a sudden snowstorm that came up out of the blue, suddenly.
    Was this God e-mailing us or weather wars (Good book by Steve Quayle, “Weather Wars”). . . HAARP?
    If this was God e-mailing us, (His way of a heads up and listen children!) or men, under the coercion of satan via HAARP to inflict financial loss upon a person or group for some other reason, I don’t know.
    Maybe some of the cattle people that were asleep, woke up and decided to get right with God and the end result was a psychic attack via HAARP?
    Or again, God’s way of e-mailing us, to get our attention is to sometimes cause or allow a drastic situation.
    We had a small cow, sheep and chicken farm, growing up and while we did not have near the head of cattle lost, at the first sign of a storm or snow, we got our animals into heated barns stat, everyone helped.
    Maybe too, this was a freak weather anomaly?