Photo of the Month | July 2020

               Comet Neowise – Over Central Kentucky on July 14, 2020

Comet Neowise was recently discovered on March 27, 2020.  It has two tails; a blue one and a golden one.  It will hang around our planetary neighborhood for about a month and then shoot off again – returning in about 6,800 years!  How can a comet this size sneak up on us like this without detection?  I am a bit unnerved at the news.  However, it reminds me of Revelation 8:10-11:

Then the third angel blew his trumpet, and a great star fell from the sky, burning like a torch. It fell on one-third of the rivers and on the springs of the water. The name of the star was Bitterness (“Wormwood” in the Greek). It made one-third of the water bitter, and many people died from drinking the bitter water.

Not to worry, although the comet passes relatively close, it will pass Earth around 64 million miles at its closest on July 23rd.  Sigh of relief here!  But when the Star Wormwood is sent to Earth during the future end-time tribulation, our world will suffer a magnitude of devastation.  God’s judgements are sure.  We can escape God’s Wrath by accepting Jesus now as our Savior.  Have you done so?  If not, click HERE for more information.

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Photo Credit: © Can Stock Photo / alexeys

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