"The hurricane was an act of God upon a sin-loving and rebellious nation. It's a warning — and a call to repent." — Steve Newlin
Hurricane Katrina swept through the waters of the Caribbean and slammed into the Gulf Coast states of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
Devastation of property, disruption of commerce, and the ensuing misery of tens of thousands of humans has been continuously reported since the storm made landfall. Uncontrollable looting, murder, rape, the ransacking of hospitals by the lawless seeking drugs and blood, and the number of bloodless bodies that are floating to the surface of the flood waters.
Over the course of the last few days, many of my parishioners have asked me, "Did God have anything to do with Katrina and this horrible aftermath?"
My answer is, He allowed it and perhaps He allowed it to get our attention so that we don't delude ourselves into thinking that all we have to do is put things back the way they were and life will be normal again. Life will never be normal again, since this fine nation has accepted the children of darkness that walk amongst us. We have go to above and beyond making things normal again.
Psalm 107:25-33 says, "He raiseth the stormy wind which lifted up the waves of the sea…He turns rivers into a desert, and springs of water into a thirsty ground; a fruitful land into a salt waste, because of the wickedness of those who dwell in it."
Was there wickedness in New Orleans, Alabama and Mississippi?
You bet there was.
Since the revelation that vampires were amongst us, New Orleans has been well known as a hub of all vampiric activity in our great nation. Further, there is well-known corruption, drugs such as V, and the immoral playground that is the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, and the city itself — one of America's wink-and-a smile getaways for fun and pagan pleasure.
What we have been observing is a stunning snapshot of humans who are under an ungodly leadership… window into the future of Americans that have turned anti-God, and pro-Vampire.
Katrina was an act of God upon a sin-loving and rebellious nation, a warning to all who foolishly and arrogantly believe there is no God, and that if He did exist, "would not have done such a thing!" It is also a serious call to repent, to turn away from our wicked ways of "fangbanging" and vampire loving, from the heart of a loving Father.
I would like to strongly advice Mayor McNaab to reconsider his offer to host the evacuees within our fine city. To bring such sin and immorality to our doorstep is just begging for a stronger warning from God. To bring vampires from another area to or doorstep is just asking for more innocent people to die. For our homes and our businesses to be looted and ransacked. For our very souls to be cast to the demons themselves.
May His holy light shine upon you all.
Reverend Steve Newlin
The Fellowship of the Sun