When this winter is behind us, (end of February, 2014) I will give what I see for the winter and summer weather in the years ahead, especially what I see for the rest of this decade.
I’m taking it one winter at a time right now. What is ahead is not all bad, but some is and being forewarned is being forearmed. The pendulum swings in both directions and includes normalcy plus great extremes. Global warming is real and there will be more evidence of it and more witness to it.
We can think that our own efforts to help bring about change are too small and therefore not worth doing. Or we can think that this is just a cycle and will go away. Both of these ways of thinking are what will change, because both are false and will be shown to be so – especially in our generation’s lifetime. We have gone beyond the point of our generation seeing a return to “normal”. We will not see it in our own personal lifetime.
We’re not alone with regards to effort. Christ is not sitting on His hands or twiddling his thumbs. Just remember, Christ also must work through our own hearts and minds. “Here I am, I stand at the door [of our hearts and minds] and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me.” Revelations 3:20.
“Effort is not a one-time step to take, unless we want one step to be all that we ever take.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)
“Sometimes, we prefer to still think we’re right, rather than accept that we’re not and correct it. And boy, how visible this is to the other people who watch us and know us.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)
“The real truth of the world we live in vs. our perspectives and understanding of the world we live in – are worlds apart.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)
“God has hope, because God knows of possibilities for success far beyond our own awareness, knowledge and understanding.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)
“To successfully heal [even the planet and climate], we must let go of the benefits we believe we get from getting sicker.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2001)