Frequent and Terrible Volcanic Eruptions Evidence of the End of the World. Sadly, Worse Is Ahead.


For the past five weeks, the island of Hawaii is still experiencing devastation from Kilauea’s volcanic eruptions.  In fact, lava is still pouring forth and has already destroyed approximately 600 homes, not including businesses, causing millions of dollars in damages. While the world is looking on and recoiling in horror, wondering when the trigger shock events will cease, another volcano erupted in Guatemala even more deadly and catastrophic than Kilauea. “The recent volcanic eruptions in Hawaii and Guatemala are a reminder that not all volcanoes are created equal: Some types pose a far greater hazard to life than others.In the most recent eruption of Kilauea on the Big Island of Hawaii that began a month ago, most of the lava has oozed from fissures, spreading slowly enough that it is no threat to people — although hundreds of houses and other buildings in the lava’s path have been destroyed. But the two eruptions that have occurred so far at the Fuego volcano near Guatemala City have been explosive, creating pyroclastic flows — fast-moving, searingly hot clouds of volcanic ash and gases — that have killed more than 100 people so far.”[1] 



These volcanic eruptions are reminders that the earth is waxing old like a garment (Isaiah 51:6) and that it it cannot continue much longer.  They are clear evidences that Jesus Christ is soon to return and the earth as we know it will finally come to an end.  The Bible makes is clear that in the last days, the earth will languish and fade away, manifested in devastating diseases and catastrophic weather (Isaiah 24:4-7).  As the condition of the earth was so drastically changed after the flood and the subsequent extreme and devastating weather conditions ensued, these very conditions will be prevalent in the last days and are indicators that the Second Coming of Jesus is near.   “At this time [after the flood in Noah’s day] immense forests were buried. These have since been changed to coal, forming the extensive coal beds that now exist, and also yielding large quantities of oil. The coal and oil frequently ignite and burn beneath the surface of the earth. Thus rocks are heated, limestone is burned, and iron ore melted. The action of the water upon the lime adds fury to the intense heat, and causes earthquakes, volcanoes, and fiery issues. As the fire and water come in contact with ledges of rock and ore, there are heavy explosions underground, which sound like muffled thunder. The air is hot and suffocating. Volcanic eruptions follow; and these often failing to give sufficient vent to the heated elements, the earth itself is convulsed, the ground heaves and swells like the waves of the sea, great fissures appear, and sometimes cities, villages, and burning mountains are swallowed up. These wonderful manifestations will be more and more frequent and terrible just before the second coming of Christ and the end of the world, as signs of its speedy destruction.”[2] 


Additionally, it has been prophesied that calamities will reduce populous cities to ruin and desolation, exactly what is happening near Guatemala City. A CBN News headline says just that: “'Almost the Entire Village Was Killed': Guatemalans Still Devastated by Horrific Volcanic Eruption.” The article goes on to say “Entire villages were buried in volcanic ash and mud after Sunday's eruption. Some 100 people were killed and 200 others were still missing on Thursday.”[3] “While appearing to the children of men as a great physician who can heal all their maladies, he [Satan] will bring disease and disaster, until populous cities are reduced to ruin and desolation. Even now he is at work. In accidents and calamities by sea and by land, in great conflagrations, in fierce tornadoes and terrific hailstorms, in tempests, floods, cyclones, tidal waves, and earthquakes, in every place and in a thousand forms, Satan is exercising his power. He sweeps away the ripening harvest, and famine and distress follow. He imparts to the air a deadly taint, and thousands perish by the pestilence. These visitations are to become more and more frequent and disastrous.”[4]



[2] White, Ellen.  Patriarchs and Prophets (1890), page 108

[3] http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/cwn/2018/june/almost-the-entire-village-was-killed-guatemalans-still-devastated-by-horrific-volcanic-eruption

[4] White, Ellen.  The Great Controversy (1911), page 589

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