Thousands of Dead Birds and Fish in Arkansas Linked to Bible Prophecy?

Admin January 4, 2011 0

Roughly 5,000 red-winged blackbirds fell from the sky over a mile of land near Beebe, a small town in northwest Arkansas, and observers spotted the fish kill near the town of Ozark. You can watch a video report on the blackbirds below.

Via As for the dead birds and fish, biologists believe all died from explainable causes. Fish were obviously sick, one biologist said Sunday

Bird experts reported Monday that the some 5,000 red wing blackbirds and starlings were probably spooked by New Year’s Eve fireworks and flew into inclement weather where they met heavy ice, rain, snow and wind.

Meantime, Internet keywords searches continue to register off the charts while Christians, and non-Christians, turned to Google and other engines with queries like “dead fish Bible,” dead birds and fish Revelation,” dead birds and fish die End Times.”

According to the book of Revelation (depending on how one interprets prophetic code), there will be an increase in earthquakes, floods, war, and strange phenomena before God ushers mankind into the Great Tribulation, a three-and-half- year period of poverty, war, persecution, disease and mass death.

Most Christians believe God will unleash such a wrath while world powers move closer to one final battle between good and evil–the battle of Armageddon.

According to Christians, Jesus Christ will return to Earth to save mankind from destroying the world, while non-believers, and the devil, will be thrown into an eternal lake of fire.

What about the dead birds and fish? Blth are believed to be among those weeded-out in during the first stages of the End Times.

Whether these events will unfold lies with those who believe in Bible prophecy.

According to studies, 41 percent of Americans believe Jesus Christ will return by 2050. The remaining 59 percent make up those who predict other dates and groups who don’t believe in the Second Coming.

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