Bible found opened to Psalm 106 and 107 one of few objects to survive deadliest fire in US history | AccuWeather

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When the smoke cleared, little was left intact. It was almost as if a town had never even existed there. Some broken china and a tabernacle survived the inferno. So did a Bible. The Good Book was charred by the flames and petrified by the intense heat, but found intact — and opened to Psalms 106 and 107.

“Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!” the beginning of Psalm 106 and 107 reads, a haunting declaration that may seem to contradict the tragedy that unfolded one fateful night in northeastern Wisconsin but serves as a reminder of a dark chapter in American history almost 150 years ago, the country’s deadliest fire.

The other piece they aren’t mentioning is all the Judgements God mentions for not repenting and taking advantage of His Goodness in Psalms 106 and 107.

Psalms 107
43 Let the one who is wise heed these things
    and ponder the loving deeds of the Lord.

The 7 Year Tribulation is commencing…

Please repent, carry your cross daily and accept the free gift of Jesus Christ’s death on the cross for payment for your sins.

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