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ABNORMAL FLOODS

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Deadly floods ripped through parts of Japan and Turkey on Tuesday 21st July 2009, leaving a vicious trail of devastation and destruction in their wake. Days earlier in a prophetic declaration, Nigerian Prophet, TB Joshua had openly warned the public of such calamity…

On Sunday 12thJuly 2009, TB Joshua, Pastor of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations in Lagos, Nigeria, issued a warning concerning 'abnormal floods' that would come at an unexpected time and wreak havoc. “Water will come into the town and into the city and destroy a lot of things,” said the Prophet. “I'm seeing a water coming in a mighty way. People begin to run and the whole area was vacated and people disappear. This is flood…This will happen at a time they are not expecting. People will be sleeping.” He further re-iterated the warning and expanded on its details the following Sunday, 19thJuly. “There will be rain that will cause damage,” said the Nigerian prophet, “and that will bring water into the city, the community.” He went on to specify the locations of the anomalous weather, saying, “It will not just be in one place, but one from an Asian country, a city in an Asian country… The other one will be at the extreme end of the border.” He expressly spoke to holiday-makers, stating the border-disaster would come in “a community where tourists enjoy themselves.”

Two days later, news broke that torrential rains had caused abnormal and fatal flooding in two separate locations, the city of Hofu in Japan, and the city of Giresun, a popular tourist destination on the border or Turkey. Both cities were severely flooded, causing widespread alarm and extensive material damage to properties. In Hofu, the heavy downpour triggered land and mudslides, leaving 5 people dead and dozens still missing.

The prophetic verification comes in lieu of Prophet Joshua's accurate predictions regarding the death of Michael Jackson and the terrorist bombings in Jakarta, Indonesia. Joshua prophesies weekly during his Sunday Services, which are broadcast live on Emmanuel TV, a religious station particularly popular in Africa.

Water will come into the town and into the city and destroy a lot of things. Where is the place? I am seeing a water coming in a mighty way. People begin to run and the whole city, the whole warew was catcted, and people disappear. This is flood. Where is this place? It's not your place here. There tourist all over the world- this is a msessagefor them. And this will happen at a time they are not expecting. People will be sleeping. And that thing will rise from the sea. And begin to go intot eh city. Pray for the whole world.

Claim a coummity, and city, and people wil be mnimssing this will just come from the sea, and it will enter.

We are just looking at the whole world – I am looking at it as if I am looking at the screen. One will happen where people are sleeping – that is, night. They will just wake up and see that sea has taken over the whole city.

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