Someone Once Said That if God Did Not Judge America He Would Have to Apologize to Sodom & Gomorrah. Well God Is Not in the Apologizing Business. In a Merciful and Loving Manner, God Is Judging America for Her Sin, Not Just California but the Whole Nation. Remember Houston, Texas, Hawaii, North and South Carolina, and Many Other Incidents. No, It Is Not Mother Nature. No, It Is Not Global Warming, for if That Were the Case, When Sodom and Gomorrah Were Destroyed, You Would Have to Blame It on Global Warming. No, It Is Not Whoever Is President. God Is Judging America for the Sins of the Church and the Sins of the Government for Sanctioning Homosexuality and Homosexual Marriage Which Was Not Even Thought of in Lot’s Day Or in Sodom and Gomorrah. Everyone Needs to Take Advantage of God’s Gracious “Space to Repent” and Repent of Our Sins, Unbelievers Need to Trust Christ as Savior, Christians Need to Humble Themselves, Pray, Seek God’s Face, and Turn From Our Wicked Ways Because America Will Never Be Great Again if We Don’t Repent of Our Sin.
The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved. (Jeremiah 8:20)
– Luke Jeremiah
Photos and videos coming out of areas of California that are suffering from devastating wildfires one week after they ignited are only becoming more and more grim.
The two major fires — the Camp Fire in Butte County and Woolsey Fire in Ventura and Los Angeles counties — both started on Nov. 8, and seven days later, each remain between 40 and 60 percent contained. Since breaking out, they’ve collectively burned more than 200,000 acres and reduced thousands of structures to ashes.
As of Thursday in and around the Camp Fire, at least 56 people were confirmed dead as the search for 300 more unaccounted individuals continued. It’s described by The Associated Press as being “all but destroyed” after the nation’s deadliest fire in a century.
Carolyn Cole is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer covering the Camp Fire in Butte County for the Los Angeles Times. She’s seen the deadliest fire in California history up close and describes what she’s seen and what it’s like to visually share this heartbreaking story with the rest of the world.
These are some of the photos that have been taken this week as the results of these tragic fires begin to come more clear.
Camp Fire — Butte County
The Camp Fire — one week after it began — has burned 140,000 acres and is just 40 percent contained. More than 8,000 residences and 260 commercial buildings have been destroyed.
Thus far, 56 fatalities have been reported, but the search continues.
Three deaths have been linked to the Woolsey Fire in Southern California. As many as 250,000 people were ordered to evacuate during the early course of the fire.
An estimated 504 structures have been destroyed in the area.
Source: San Diego Tribune, Abby Hamblin