Monday, February 13, 2017

Lucifer Storm, Revlation 12 and Oroville Dam in prophecy

UPDATE: I lived a straight shot, just 18 miles, down the same road that leads up to the base of Monticello dam / Lake Berryessa.

Feb 17, 2017
LAKE BERRYESSA, CALIFORNIA — The Lake Berryessa reservoir in northern California is set to reach full capacity for the first time in 11 years.

"Lucifer" storm + Revelation 12

Confirmation for Levert Orange and other watchmen...

Last summer I was living not from from Oroville, in Davis, California. The Lord inspired me to look at the Monticello dam a few miles west. Then he had me looking at the dams in the area north of there, including Oroville and he said, "Move North." A couple of days later my husband received an unexpected job offer north, in Oregon. We moved a few weeks later. Even more dams in California will break soon when the earthquake dream I (in 2013) and many others have had comes to pass. Praise God for a personal relationship with Jesus so he could tell me to move. He was trying to show me the things to come.

I also commented on Jesuslives 444 recent videos:

"The San Francisco Bay Bridge has a tunnel in the middle of it. Also, back in July when I lived in California the Lord gave me a word: " Go North." At first I thought he meant higher up in Northern California. Then a couple days later my husband received an unexpected job offer in Oregon. We moved in August."

Correction on bridge in part 4 video/even Christians are believing the big LIE.

"Sister, I am from the San Francisco Bay Area. I am not saying that is where the bridge is but people DO wear trench coats in January / February and throughout the winter (which doesn't end until late March) in San Francisco - especially in the financial district in San Francisco right next to the Bay Bridge. The first vision the Lord ever showed me was when I was living in the Bay Area in January of 2013, it was of escaping a cataclysmic earthquake."

Guy on bridge in tunnel, over water, massive earthquakes.

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