How many days in JULY 2019 before there is a need to pray the JESUS PSALTER for all those coming NATURAL AND MAN-MADE DISASTERS AND MUSLIM TERROR ATTACKS IN
USA THE WORLD
I now include the world, not just the US.
How important is public devotion to the HOLY NAME?
Outside of the visible sacrifice offered to God there was the practice of calling upon the HOLY NAME of GOD:
But to Seth also was born a son, whom he called Enos; this man began to call upon the name of the Lord. Gn.4.
Enos was one of the first to publicly call upon the HOLY NAME of GOD - the Church Fathers say that this devotion was a public devotion - so many souls participated with Enos in calling upon the HOLY NAME of God.
Law of Nature had two major works dedicated to God:
1 Visible Sacrifice
2. Calling upon the Holy Name
Today we still have the Visible and Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
But we do not have a public reparation to the Holy Name of Jesus.
So use this JESUS PSALTER - pray it. Make reparation for all those who abuse the HOLY NAME OF JESUS...
If you feel the need to make reparation when disaster strikes please Pray the JESUS PSALTER found here
Call this a new post - call it a reminder - I will make a post weekly if necessary......
San Bernardino officials battling water main breaks and rock slides after 6.4 magnitude earthquake
SEARLES, Calif. — An earthquake with an early measure of magnitude 6.4 hit Southern California — about 150 miles northeast of Los Angeles — on Thursday morning, according to the US Geological Survey.
Reports of scattered damage, including rock slides and fires, rolled in by midday.
At least four large aftershocks have been recorded, measuring 4.7, 3.5, 3.8 and 4.2 magnitude, officials said.
he earthquake was felt in central Los Angeles as a long, rolling quake, making buildings rock back and forth for at least several seconds.
The quake was centered near Ridgecrest, a community west of the Mojave Desert.
Diane Ruggiero, general manager of the Hampton Inn and Suites Ridgecrest in Ridgecrest, told CNN’s Paul Vercammen that the hotel has significant damage.
“The chandeliers are still swinging,” she said five minutes after the quake hit at 10:33 PT. “The floor rippled.”
Los Angeles International Airport said no damage was reported on runways. “Operations remain normal,” it tweeted.
“We have no reports of damage to any FAA facilities or operational effects from the quake at this time,” FAA spokesman Ian Gregor said.
Some damage reported
Trona, an unincorporated community, “sustained varying degrees of damage” but no injuries have been reported, according to San Bernadino County Fire’s verified Twitter account.
The department reported “minor cracks (in buildings); broken water mains; power lines down; rock slides on certain roads” in northwestern communities in the county.
Just north of Los Angeles, Kern County Fire is responding to more than 20 incidents relating to the earthquake and aftershocks including fires and medical emergencies, according to a tweet on its verified account.
Highway 178 has a 4-inch crack, said San Bernardino County Fire spokesman Jeremy Kern. All highways in San Bernardino County remain open. The area’s high tension power lines are all intact.
U.S. Geological Survey Lucy Jones seismologist told reporters, “The earthquake was near China Lake and Ridgecrest. It’s is sparsely inhabited area, so the number of people who would have received damage is much lower.”
She said there is a 1 in 20 chance that a bigger earthquake will hit within the next few days. “It’s certain that this area is going to be shaking a lot today and some of those aftershocks will probably exceed magnitude 5.”
Jones said the quake was preceded by magnitude 4.2 temblor about 30 minutes before, which she called a foreshock.
Felt in Las Vegas
The National Weather Service tweeted that the earthquake was felt in Las Vegas, adding, “so far no significant damage reports.”
A tsunami is not expected, according to the National Tsunami Warning Center.
There have been at least 38 aftershocks, according to the USGS.
He was called into work at the agency’s office in Golden, Colorado. “We’re getting calls off the hook,” research geophysicist William Yeck said.
Abusers of the HOLY NAME OF JESUS (IHS) in Hollywood Freak Out:
Reactions on social media
A woman on Twitter shared video from “My dads liquor store in Ridgecrest (11 miles from the earthquake)
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay tweeted, “Been living in Los Angeles all my life. That was the longest earthquake I’ve ever experienced. Not jerky. Smooth and rolling. But it was loooong. It was so long I thought for the first time ever “Is this the big one?” Damn. Respect Mother Nature. She’s the boss.” Source