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  • Genesis 8:7-12 – What Does This Phrase Say? #PrayforthePhilippines #Philippines

    Posted on August 7th, 2012 brenna No comments

    For those who are too lazy to check it out:

    Genesis 8: 7-12

    Noah sent out a raven. It did not come back, but kept flying around until the water was completely gone. Meanwhile, Noah sent out a dove to see if the water had gone down but since the water still covered all the land, the dove did not find a place to light. It flew back to the boat and Noah reached out and took it in. He waited another 7 days and sent out the dove again. It returned to him in the evening with a fresh olive leaf in its beak. So Noah knew that the water had gone down. Then, he waited another 7 days and sent out the dove once more; this time, it did not come back.


    This phrase is particularly essential today, because it is August 7, 2012 or 8-7-12, as what the quote says.

    And currently the Philippines is undergoing some major calamity all throughout the central regions. After raining for almost 10 days straight, today, 90% of the Metro, plus several other provinces nearby including Rizal, Zambales, Bataan and Pangasinan all experienced flooding and heavy rain. Major dams have opened its gates, causing water to overflow. Currently, most of the central Luzon is still underwater. This marks the worst flooding since the fateful Ondoy which only flooded specific parts of the Metro.

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    Along Manggahan-Floodway river. The water here will flow directly into the Laguna de Bay

    Not only that, the amount of rainfall for today has surpassed that of the amount of rainfall during Ondoy in 2009.

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    River has risen probably about 3-4meters high

    So, all in all, Philippines is in great flood and it will continuously rain for the next few days and we really need prayers for our Noah’s ark.

    Trust in God. 

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