Whose Fault Is It

Good morning!

Monday night brought another earthquake to the Tulsa area. It ranked a 4.2 magnitude and hit 3 miles northeast of Crescent at 11:53 p.m., according to the USGS. I felt the tremble from my second floor bedroom.

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As you can see, there are several fault lines running across our state. Our state that is accustomed to high winds, hail, tornadoes, blustering heat, and snow and ice.

Now we can add earthquakes to the mix thanks to the state’s oil and gas drilling.
We’ve even become the earthquake capital of the United States, leaving California behind.

Whose fault is it anyway?

These man-made quakes we’ve been witnessing on the rise since 2009, are not actually caused by the drilling or fracking at all, but are likely caused by wastewater disposal wells, where the liquid waste from oil and gas drilling is pumped back into the ground. 

Are the quakes really man-made after all? Or are they God ordained? God’s word tells us the end times will bring great earthquakes. 

Let’s all look beyond the earthquakes to our own lives. The end times may be nearer than we realize.

Whose fault is it anyway?

It doesn’t even matter.
What matters most is righting all our wrongs. Forgiving. Repenting. Loving. And believing in Christ. Preparing our lives and our world for the future.

There will be great earthquakes, and in various places famines and pestilences. And there will be terrors and great signs from heaven.
Luke 21:3

Love and laughter,

Sandy

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One thought on “Whose Fault Is It

  1. Growing up in Kansas we did not have these earthquakes, although there seems to be a fault line that runs close to the old farm. The bad storms that we are having, are they due to something new or are we just now able to hear about it through the world of news? Do they compare to the past conditions as the dust bowls? We can not help but wonder if Luke 21:3 applys now and will increase as the second coming gets closer.
    God bless.

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