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Frogs

Take for instance the horde of frogs that appeared 12 miles outside Thessalonike Greece yesterday. In my opinion, it is no accident that millions of frogs left their natural habitat just as Katla is about to blow. Frogs as most of us know, were the second plague brought on Egypt when Pharoah refused to let the Israelites go and frogs in the Bible are symbolic of unclean spirits.

When God released the plague of frogs on Egypt, the Bible says that frogs were every where (even in the kneading trough where dough was being prepared for bread) In this same way, when these unclean spirits are released, they, like the frogs which invaded Egypt, will be every where searching for habitation, and sadly will find suitable hosts in the yeast-filledbodies of those who without Christ were left behind. I believe the massive appearance of frogs yesterday outside Thessalonike is a serious indication that the words preached by Paul to the Thessalonians regarding the day of the Lord, is near.

“Now brothers about times and dates, we do not need to write to you, for you know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. While people are saying peace and safety, destruction will come on them suddenly as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. But, you brothers, are not in darkness that this day should over take you as a thief.”

*For an excellent analysis of the appearance of the frogs in Greece, check out Brother Art’s post at New Wineskins:

http://newine.wordpress.com/2010/05/26/frogs-on-the-thessalonian-highway/

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