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Deadly Tornadoes- Is This Godly Message?

Arguments over whether recent tornado disasters are divine messages. Some use the event as to strengthen their political position by believers and non-believers as conservatives and liberals.

Answers to recent extreme weather
Answers to recent extreme weather
PRLog - Apr. 17, 2012 - SEOUL, South Korea -- Number of tornadoes which swarm Midwest and Southeast early March and April has costed many lives and economic damages. Their aftermath was devastating, causing more than $1.5 billion in damage and killing 46 people.

Many have opined their view in the traumatic event, even using it for their political statement. Mike Malloy, liberal radio host, said at his radio show on 2 March,"their god keeps smashing them into grease spots". His comment stirred arguments by the conservatives.  Televangelist Pat Robertson said at an episode of 700 club, "If enough people were praying, [God] would intervene. You could pray, Jesus stilled the storm, you could still storms," referring the liberals.

While the argument continues, Inhwang, author of "Heaven Above the Heavens" gives different story.

"It's a divine message for sure, but nothing like you have imagined before," he said. "It's not testing your belief, it may be just the opposite. There is new message and solution to all this."

Inhwang, who says to hear the voice of the higher spiritual being from above, says there is a way for an individual to stay away from harm's way.

His book is available on Amazon in hard cover and e-book. Visit http://www.amazon.com/Heaven-Above-the-Heavens-ebook/dp/B... for more details.


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