Michael Colunga (25 Nov 2010)
"RE: Rowina--A sign on Earthquake Resurrection"

Hello, John and Doves,
Rowina, I felt the move of the Holy Spirit when I read the third time that the phrase,
"Earthquake Resurrection" appears in your letter.
It could well be that there will be some cataclysm accompanying the Rapture.
The Scripture says,
    "And Jesus cried out again with a loud voice, and yielded up His spirit.
    "Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom;
        and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split,
    "and the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep
        were raised;
    "and coming out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy city
        and appeared to many."  Matthew 27:50-53
The thing is, as we see here, the earthquake was probably on Good Friday.
The resurrection of the Old Testament saints, though, was on Sunday.
In HaShem,
Mike C.
Rowina (24 Nov 2010)
"A sign on "Earthquake Resurrection""

I said to Suzi this morning that I thought I'd post a sign I had.  This one was from my computer,
and it concerned the rapture coming with a world-wide earthquake, as in David Lowe's books
on the coming Earthquake Resurrection.

All day Saturday I had no incoming e-mail after 8:30 in the morning.  I tried everything to get it
to work.  The computer processed outgoing mail and internet service, just no incoming mail.
I hesitated to bother my son about it, but finally sent a couple of messages seeking his help.
He may have replied, but I didn't receive any mail except ONE all day, and that one was
about "Earthquake Resurrection."

This no-mail went on about eleven hours, until 9:30 or so in the evening, with one exception:
At 3:38 PM I received ONE e-mail.  This mail was from Marianne
Tioren ,who has a Christian website which I go to occasionally.  I had posted a response there,
the day before, saying that I thought David Lowe's book "Earthquake Resurrection" was
underappreciated.  Marianne sent an e-mail on Saturday, the ONE e-mail I received all day,
stating that she agreed with me about "Earthquake Resurrection."

Was this a sign concerning worldwide earthquake accompanying the resurrection of the Dead
in Christ?  I don't know for sure, but it surely was a "featured" e-mail, since it was the only one
I received in eleven hours.  I usually receive a lot of e-mail from various people and sites, plus
many advertisements, more than fifty a day.  So this e-mail was pointed up, pointed to, by the silence around it.

So I thought, maybe it's a sign that "Earthquake Resurrection" will be coming.

A sobering thought,  although glorious for those who will escape.