I’ve been expecting this for a while now. California is doing it’s best to test God’s limits. Matthew 18:5-6, “5 And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me. 6 But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” God will judge, it is no longer a matter of ‘if’ God will, but how long He will hold back His judgment for the sake of His people.
For a year I taught people how to use computers under a professor at a local college in California. One of the things I taught was how to use search engines to find what you are looking for. The simple NOT indicator (a minus sign ‘-’) is the simplest way to eliminate unwanted results. This article goes into some advanced searching techniques that I find fascinating and disturbing at the same time.
Link: NSA Google Search Tips
Welcome to the spring of 2013! We have something for everyone.
If you want cold, this is the second coldest start to spring since we began keeping national records in the 1890s. Heat? California is sizzling and the high temperatures in the Southwest will be breaking records. If you prefer wet, look to the soggy Midwest. Dry? Officially, 47% of the continental US is in drought conditions and another 13% is dangerously dry. Floods? No one wants floods, but we have record-breaking river levels in the Midwest and weathermen are concerned there will be more when the snow melts.
Normally, I would blather on about the weather, but this month’s weather has been enough to leave me speechless. We are suffering weather whiplash, record-breaking extremes. A picture is worth a thousand words, so look at the roller coaster of weather we have had.
Better yet, readers—please let us know what has been happening for you.
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