On February 3, 2009, I started to write a post called, The Hailstrom Soon Cometh, in which I intended to expound upon the future prophecy of a great hailstrom. Here is the first line of that post:
“One of the more interesting (and terrifying) prophecies of the future is the appearance of a hailstorm unlike anything the world has ever seen.”
But, for some reason that I can’t now remember, I got sidetracked and never finished the post. I do remember, though, that I felt it was an important and timely subject and really felt that I needed to write it.
Anyway, I had forgotten all about it until today, when a relative of mine asked about the hailstorm that hit Oklahoma and damaged more than 10,000 homes on May 16th of this year (2010). Apparently, much of the hail was golf ball and baseball-sized, and some of it even got to grapfruit size. Well, I don’t watch television and don’t read the newspaper, either, and the last five days I haven’t been checking any Internet news, so I was in the dark concerning this. But at my wife’s request, I looked it up and found the following video.
(It’s best to watch the video fully enlarged.)
So, after watching that, I’m now thinking that maybe I ought to finish my post…