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Monday, June 18, 2018

DIVINE WARNINGS: Destructive flooding washes away roads across Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota

DIVINE WARNINGS: Destructive flooding washes away roads across Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota
FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE HEART - August 22, 1960
The Madonna speaks to Blessed Aiello: “The hour of the justice of God is close, and will be terrible!”
“Tremendous scourges are impending over the world, and various nations are struck by epidemics, famines, great earthquakes, terrific hurricanes, with overflowing rivers and seas, which bring ruin and death.”
“If the people do not recognize in these scourges (of nature) the warnings of Divine Mercy, and do not return to God with truly Christian living, ANOTHER TERRIBLE WAR WILL COME FROM THE EAST TO THE WEST. RUSSIA WITH HER SECRET WEAPONS WILL BATTLE AMERICA; WILL OVERRUN EUROPE.
 
Heavy storms moving across the Upper Midwest this weekend created hazardous flooding that resulted in many road closures and washouts.  Some of the worst damage occurred in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on Sunday morning. The hardest-hit areas included the towns of Houghton, Lake Linden, Dodgeville and Hancock, where over 60 sinkholes were reported, according to MLive.com.
Many roads that were not washed out were impassable and covered in debris, officials said. Houghton County Emergency Management and law enforcement requested that residents should shelter in place in Houghton County and should not attempt to travel on area roadways. Some of the flood damage was reported to be “historic” across northern Houghton County. Up to 7 inches of rain fell in the area between 11 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. Sunday. READ MORE