Though there is no specific reference to Volcanoes in the Bible, I believe the current uptake in Volcanic activity is connected with the endtime warnings.   I also think that they will play a role in the prophecy that all the High places will be brought low and the valleys lifted.  Most people are probably not even aware at how often these Volcanoes are erupting or even how many volcanoes we are discovering all over the place… where we never even knew they existed.  And, how many of these are becoming active.   Today, I am just going to focus on the ones that are currently or have currently erupted.  


I planned to include this information in tomorrow night’s update, but since the WARNING is now urgent, I thought it wise to send out the WARNING now.
In the past 2-3 years we have witnessed an increasing number of volcanoes that have been dormant for extended periods of time roar back to life with violent eruptions. Some of these volcanoes had not had a known eruption in over a thousand years.
St. Vincent volcano in the eastern Caribbean, southeast of the Virgin Islands, and west of Barbados, has begun a new eruption. Seismic activity has been steadily increasing since the beginning of November. The northern third of the island is now in the HIGH HAZARD red zone and the ALERT level has been raised to ORANGE. Evacuations could begin at a moment’s notice for tens of thousands of people living in proximity to the volcano.
Depending on several factors, there may not be 24-hours’ advance notice for evacuations to begin and to move this many people will be a huge logistical nightmare. Living close to an active volcano with a history of major eruptions carries some pretty high risks.
I will keep you updated.
The Watchman

My wife, Jan, and I had long planned a family visit to the United States, booking a flight from London Heathrow to Atlanta months in advance. But Mt. Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland apparently had other ideas. For several days just before our scheduled flight virtually no flights were allowed at Heathrow and most other British airports. Would we fly? Or perhaps be delayed for days by the presence of volcanic ash in the atmosphere, potentially very dangerous to airplanes?

Putting aside my family’s personal situation (insignificant when compared with many marooned in foreign climes for days—often bereft of adequate financial resources), consider the larger effects of this volcanic disaster that severely stalled world travel of both passengers and high priority air freight. Each day of disruption cost the British nation alone many millions in pound sterling. Multiply that through much of Europe and you get a picture of the staggering financial loss.

Bible prophecy

Volcanoes are often triggered or accompanied by earthquakes, which are directly mentioned in Bible prophecy. Jesus Christ included earthquakes in His famous Olivet Prophecy. He prophesied of “famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places (Matthew 24:7, emphasis added throughout).

Prophetic passages in the Old Testament warn mankind of phenomena described very similarly to what we call volcanoes today. “You will be punished by the Lord of hosts with thunder and earthquake and great noise, with storm and tempest and the flame of devouring fire (Isaiah 29:6).

These biblical prophecies are often associated with catastrophic events leading up to Christ’s second coming. “Blow the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in My holy mountain! Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble; for the day of the Lord is coming…a day of darkness and gloominess, a day of clouds and thick darkness” (Joel 2:1-2).

The Song of Moses also speaks prophetically of similar divine punishments. “They have provoked Me to jealousy by what is not God; they have moved Me to anger by their foolish idols… For a fire is kindled in My anger, and shall burn to the lowest hell; it shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains” (Deuteronomy 32:21-22).

The apostle John describes major events leading to the second coming in the final book of the Bible. “I looked when He [Christ] opened the sixth seal, and behold, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became like blood… And every mountain and island was moved out of its place (Revelation 6:12-14).

Whether or not these prophecies specifically refer to volcanoes, they are all dire warnings of disasters brought on by humanity’s sins and rejection of God.

Watch and pray

You can casually dismiss these biblical prophecies as mere metaphorical word pictures without real meaning for us today. Or you can take them as true representations of literal events yet to come. That’s your choice!

Yet you should remember the sobering words of Jesus Christ in His Olivet Prophecy: “Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man” (Luke 21:36).

So, about our flight… Members of the United Church of God we know well in both Britain and America prayed that we would make our flight—and we did! God is in control of nature and can intervene at will in the world He created. This was a reminder that our only truly reliable safety, security and protection rest in His capable hands.

To understand much more about what the Bible tells us about God’s prophecies for your future, read our free Bible study aid booklets The Book of Revelation Unveiled and Are We Living in the Time of the End?

Before we move to the news items, I felt it would be nice to include a little comic relief from all the gloom and doom that is already here and soon to come.  SO, I am posting this musical video from Jimmy Buffett.   Lyrics are below.  Enjoy. 
From the 2008 DVD “Scenes You Know By Heart”

VOLCANO: LyricFind

Songwriters: Charles Thompson / Violet Clarke
Volcano lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Now I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow
Let me say now I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow
Ground she’s movin’ under me
Tidal waves out on the sea
Sulphur smoke up in the sky
Pretty soon we learn to fly
Let me hear ya now I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow
Now my girl quickly say to me
Mon you better watch your feet
Lava come down soft and hot
You better lava me now or lava me not
Let me say now I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow
No time to count what I’m worth
‘Cause I just left the planet earth
Where I go I hope there’s rum
Not to worry mon soon come
I don’t know
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blowOne more now I don’t know (ah he don’t know)
I don’t know (he don’t know, mon)
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow
But I don’t want to land in New York City
Don’t want to land in Mexico (no no no)
Don’t want to land on no Three Mile Island
Don’t want to see my skin aglow (no no no)
Don’t want to land in Commanche Sky park
Or in Nashville, Tennessee (no no no)
Don’t want to land in no San Juan airport
Or the Yukon Territory (no no no)
Don’t want to land no San Diego
Don’t want to land in no Buzzards Bay (no no no)
Don’t want to land on no Ayotollah
I got nothing more to say
I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow
Just a one more, I don’t know (he don’t know)
I don’t know (I don’t know, man)
I don’t know where I’m a gonna go
When the volcano blow

Twin quakes rock Philippines on Christmas Day

Posted at Dec 25 2020 12:54 PM

Twin earthquakes rocked parts of the country on Friday, Christmas Day, causing minor damage in one town in Batangas province. 

The first quake struck in Batangas province on the main island of Luzon at a depth of 114 kilometers (70 miles) at 7:43 am local time (2343 GMT), according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

In the coastal city of Calatagan, about 90 kilometers south of Manila and near the epicenter, people attending mass remained calm as the earthquake hit, police chief Major Carlo Caceres told AFP.

“There was a pause in the church service, but the people did not panic,” Caceres said.

“This area is quake-prone and people are more or less used to them.”

There were no reports of damage or casualties in the area, he added.

“The office furniture and equipment swayed, but nothing was broken,” said policeman Allan Megano in the nearby town of Balayan. 

A second magnitude 5.2 earthquake jolted Davao Occidental also on Friday morning, Christmas Day. The tremor happened at 10 a.m., 95 kilometers southeast of Sarangani town. It was tectonic in origin and had a depth of 111 kilometers, according to state seismologists.

Peter Galvez, spokesman of the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, reminded the public to check gas and electrical lines in areas affected by the quakes.

The Philippines is situated on the Pacific “Ring of Fire”, an arc of intense seismic activity that stretches from Japan through Southeast Asia and across the Pacific basin.

ABS-CBN News Channel, December 25, 2020 


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CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE: A terrified resident expresses her shock as ann earthquake shakes buildings in the Philippines on Christmas morning.

An earthquake hit the Philippines on Christmas morning (Dec 25). The magnitude 6.3 quake shook the Mindoro region at 7:43 am local time and the capital Manila was also affected.

Footage shows buildings and a Christmas tree shaking in Taguig City in the Metro Manila region. Terrified resident Itsya Girlnaya can be heard expressing her shock using colourful language.

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said the epicentre was in Calatagan in Batangas province.

They warned of aftershocks but there were no initial reports of severe damage or injuries.

The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) reported that the quake occurred at a depth of 144 km (89 miles).


Chilling Image From the Volcano Eruption in the Philippines



Chilling Taal volcano images show horses and cows buried in ash as Filipino farmers race to save stricken animals

They prayed for the eruptions to cease as tens of thousands fled to emergency shelters

(Visit the article for more photos and a video, as well as a detailed article on what was happening.)


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