June 14, 2006

2006 Hurricane Season: God's "whirlwind of correction" upon South Carolina?

2006 Hurricane season:
God's "whirlwind of correction" upon South Carolina ?
...a state that professes to believe in Him,...
and had an opportunity to ban state-protected child-killing,...
but refused.

"For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required;..."
Luke 12:48b, KJV

One in Six Americans Could be Directly Impacted by 2006 Hurricane Season
AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center Forecasts Potential Ripple Effect for All Americans
AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center, May 15, 2006

"Out of the south cometh the whirlwind ...
He [God] causeth it to come, whether for correction, or ... "
Job 37:9,13 (KJV)
Much of the South Carolina coast is at 'Very High' or 'High' risk for a hurricane in the coming months. Will God send His whirlwind of correction upon a state that professes to believe in Him, and had an opportunity to ban state-protected child-killing, but refused ?
AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center Forecasts Potential Ripple Effect for All Americans"
As early as July, and through much of the rest of the season, the highest level of risk shifts to the Carolinas."
East Coast a Major Threat Area for 2006 Hurricane Season Factors and Information
"The 2006 Hurricane Season forecast this year is highlighting the region from the Carolinas northeast as the prime area for above-normal risk of impact from hurricane activity."
"Along the East Coast, southeastern Florida and the Carolinas have the highest statistical risk of landfalls, since the greatest number of storms over the course of record keeping have hit in these two areas. Our forecast measures likelihood relative to normal and shows that, in spite of the normally higher number of storms expected, the Carolinas are still in an above-normal risk region. This means the greatest overall threat of a landfall will be on the Carolina coastline, but the greatest elevated threat, in relationship to averages, will be in New England."
"The initial forecast is for six landfalling tropical cyclones. Of these six, there will be three major hurricane hits this year on the United States coast, two hurricanes of Category 2 or less and one tropical storm. AccuWeather.com forecasts two areas of prime concern during the upcoming hurricane season -- the Carolinas northward at the heart of the season and the western Gulf Coast earlier in the season."
South Carolina's pro-life bill to end "legalized" abortion (House bill H.3213 / Senate bill S.111)
"South Carolina's only bill to ban all baby-killing dies as Silence and Inaction by a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee with 4 out of 5 voting members Republicans, results in no action taken by the end of the regular session, June 1, 2006 (same day as the start of the 2006 Hurricane season)."
"The Republicans are the majority in the South Carolina State Senate (26 R's to 20 D's)."
"It is the Republicans who are the majority in the State Senate who are responsible for refusing to take action to pass the Right to Life Act of SC by June 1, 2006, thus killing SC's baby-killing ban bill. It is the SC Senate Republicans, from the political party now in power, who are therefore responsible for prolonging child-murder-by-surgical-abortion in our state."
Republican State Senators refuse to pass South Carolina's pro-life bill to end "legalized" abortion
The State
Columbia, SC
(South Carolina's largest newspaper, weekday circulation approx. 116,000/day)
Posted on Tue, May. 23, 2006
Republicans hold up right to life bill
Guest columnist
"Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin."James 4:17
Genesis 4:10; Exodus 20:13; Numbers 35:33; Hosea 4:2; Jeremiah 26:15; Psalm 106:37-42; Jeremaih 19:3-5; 2 Kings 24:1-4
6,500-plus children murdered by surgical abortion per year within the borders of South Carolina, in a state with hundreds and hundreds of churches, and hundreds of thousands of professing evangelical Christians.
"For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required;..."
Luke 12:48b, KJV
125 murdered children per week in South Carolina:
Charleston - 55 per week; Greenville - 45 per week; Columbia - 25 per week (2004 DHEC statistics).
"If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small. If thou forbear to deliver them that are drawn unto death, and those that are ready to be slain; If thou sayest, Behold we knew it not; doth not He that pondereth the heart consider it ? and He that keepeth thy soul, doth not He know it ? and shall not He render to every man according to his works ?"
Proverbs 24:10-12
Psalm 82:3,4
Matthew 25:40,45
Matthew 19:19 and Luke 10:27
You can see the text and co-sponsors of bills H.3213 and S.111 from the homepage link at: http://www.christianlifeandliberty.net/ or go to the SC Legislative website at: www.scstatehouse.net
Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life
Columbia, SC
June 14, 2006
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