God's Truth Not Smooth Words

Prophecy In the Elements of God’s Love


Prophecy In the Elements of God’s Love ~~ Tsunami

©copyright 2005 Bonita M Quesinberry, R.C.

brief excerpt: Bind Up the Testimony, Seal the Law ~ The Revelation, Laodicea 

@copyright 1999/2003 Bonita M Quesinberry, R.C.


In 2004 the world experienced one catastrophic event after the other, death and destruction coming from wars but more so through nature’s fury; this latter being God’s arsenal. Until 2005, the world turned a blind eye to what has transpired since the onset of 1991’s Desert Storm, when simultaneous events of 6.5 or greater earthquakes suddenly jumped to 62 before year’s end. By 1997, they topped 93 and continued to increase every year hence. Death tolls, injuries, homelessness and property destruction soared to ten times the norm. God’s love? Indeed, and it will be shown why a loving God.

In 1991, earthquakes caused 3,287 deaths with over 106,000 homeless. Just between January and February of 1999, earthquakes killed over 40,000 and left over 600,000 homeless. From 1991 to 1999, over 85,000 had died and over 3 million were left homeless, plus over 189,000 livestock reported killed in one 1999 event.


In 1998, the National Earthquake Center reported that, for the first time in earth’s history, quakes of some magnitude were occurring every hour somewhere in the world. 1999 changed dramatically, when they announced the earth then quaking nonstop with an event somewhere every thirty-five seconds, and likely even more frequently by 2006. The report concluded, “The earth is reeling like a drunk.” Their statement was almost verbatim of God’s concerning the time drawing near to Christ’s “quick” return: “The earth is reeling to and fro like a drunkard.”


During the same periods covered above, an explosion of volcanoes erupted in various places around the globe: whole islands and villages destroyed with large death tolls. In 1998, Mt. St. Helen’s in the USA steadily increased in activity with greater energy than in 1995. Today it quakes daily while building a lava dome at astronomical rates, a devastating explosion a certainty but unpredictable.


Even Mt. Rainier, deemed the one that will cause the most devastation, and Mt. Hood have been rumbling in unison with Helen. In fact, Rainer’s heat became so intense that it melted a huge glacier in 2001, which carved out a hundred-foot deep gorge down the mountainside before rushing into the Columbia River. And, in the last few weeks of January 2005, several volcanoes in other countries suddenly came to life, spewing hot lava. October 2006: in one week Mt. Rainier shook with a 4.7 earthquake followed by a series of 20+ at magnitudes 2.7 down to 2.0 and still rumbling.


Add to all the above, other events such as never seen before: deadly hurricanes and tornadoes of incredible sizes and frequencies as well as appearing where they’ve never before occurred. Plus, flooding, mudslides, avalanches, global warming causing deadly heat in various places, seas and oceans so poisoned that marine life is dying in huge numbers, fresh water sources so vile that more and more chemicals are added to make it drinkable. Record rains, snowfall such as the unexpected in Buffalo Oct. 2006, wild temperatures, and draughts, and a 6.7 earthquake in Hawaii (also Oct. 2006). Unknown diseases have erupted and flourishing: the list continues to grow at astronomical rates.


Why weren’t all of these early global events televised, instead of just a pitiful few partially reported? At least here in these United States, where freedom of speech rings? In earlier years of this last church age of Laodicea, our country was concerned with what took place only here, thus lulling us into a false sense of well-being. When events began happening even here, our government censored, to minimal reporting, all news-reporting agencies in April 2000, with respect to catastrophic events of war and/or natural disasters.


Uncle Sam’s reason: “We don’t want people to panic.” Seattle’s King5 News provided examples of this limited reporting in a special broadcast at that time: i.e. Desert Storm and the numerous earthquakes that had hit Turkey. Reporting of this latter ceased at a death toll of 15,000, yet it was nearer to 45,000 dead in one single event; plus the region was hit with over 200 more earthquakes in just a few weeks following the big event.


Fortunately and since February 1991, this writer had been conducting intensive research of all the reporting agencies tracking earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and other natural catastrophic events and had printed out much of the data gleaned. This same data is no longer available, except in very brief and incomplete reports, at the various organizations’ websites.


Don’t forget 9/11. Even this was prophesied in Revelation: “the angel cast the fire of his censer, and it fell upon earth— meaning a specific place— the United States: in one hour death, and in one day famine.” Within one hour three planes had hit their targets and death reigned; and, in one day, the stock market plummeted and hunger reigned. But, the dregs of God’s perfect wrath have been poured out since 1991 from the first six of seven vials: they were emptied in 2005. And, as God said, “The wicked will only wax worse.”


“The time is at hand,” for 2005 began worse than 1991 through 2003 combined, with the likes of which “the world has never seen” — a comment made in news broadcasts, yet originally came straight from God’s mouth. A deadly, 9.0 quake set off a tsunami in the Indian Ocean, where there never had been a tsunami.


It affected twelve countries bordering its shores and knocked earth off its axis by one minute, which will cause dramatically greater catastrophes involving natural elements. That tsunami resulted in over 225,000 deaths and thousands still missing, over 471,000 injured, millions homeless, no food and water, children orphaned, whole cities destroyed, and parts of islands disappeared. Biblical proportions: “even the trees are confused.”


Since then, several comments were heard in news reports and elsewhere: 1) “Why, God,” asked repeatedly like an angry mantra; 2) “No, no, not now,” as though people knew exactly what these deadly occurrences meant; God says they do “understand perfectly;” and, 3) “If God is so loving, why is He killing so many innocent people?”


The masses, in ignorance, need someone to blame; so why not blame God? These things are God’s fury finally being poured out upon this corrupted world, just as He vowed to do at an appointed time. As He said, “There must be an end [to evil’s reign].” In Noah’s day, He cleansed earth with a great flood and swore that a final cleansing would occur. This time, however, God will purge evil with purifying fire, preceding Jesus as He crosses our skies taking up His own, while the seventh vial is poured out behind Him.


A loving God? YES. Only a loving God thoroughly teaches all we need to know to avoid evil in order to gain eternal life in paradise. Only a loving God warns, from the very beginning, what will happen if we do not obey Him. According to Isaiah, only a loving God takes the life of His own in order to spare them from horrors to come: prior to Christ taking up His small flocks. Only a loving God is so patient as to wait 6000 years for man to repent. And, only a loving Father follows through with His Word. God is the epitome of a perfect, loving parent.


“Come out of her, my people, so as not to be partakers of her sins and die of her plagues… The time is at hand. I come quickly.” And, scripture has the sheep saying, “Though a 1,000 fall to my left and 10,000 to my right, I shall not fear; and, though this body might die, my Lord shall raise me up again: for I am protected by His full armor.” Do you have His full armor upon you?


What about that piece called Truth, which is God’s Law? And, if you are not sure, then listen to God’s Truth Speakers; most professed Christians are accusing Truth Speakers of committing blasphemy, of being false prophets and of doing the Devil’s work: just as they charged Christ in His day when He warned sinners while teaching only God’s Truth. And, He warned us that if we follow Him we also would be falsely charged.


If you are teaching only God’s Truth, then you should be like persecuted. If you are not, then examine your teachings, for they must be man’s “smooth words” filled with man’s “commandments and traditions lacking the power of God.”


If you want to know all of Revelation’s interpretation, then you might want to get a copy of Bind Up the Testimony, Seal the Law; which can be ordered from any local or online bookstore. Helpful hint: has the best pricing. Caution: don’t expect your chosen denomination to approve of this interpretation, because it has not one smooth word in it; just hard-hitting Truth meant to snatch you from the fire.


~~ end article 


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  1. Thank you for your comments, Molly. Regarding the meteor, it is not relevant to the natural disasters that comprise one of the last 7 plagues: only elements natural to this earth are involved. However, the 7th plague does not occur until Jesus is crossing our skies and will be in His wake, so it might be that it will include a meteor. 🙂

    The Dragon of which you speak is referring to the fact Satan attempted to have Jesus killed at birth. Then he chased after Christ throughout His life and ministry, then went after the Apostles who carried on after Christ ascended.

    The Middle East is the site of Armageddon and Christ’s birthplace and that of mankind. Armageddon has been occuring since 1991 therefore the sign of the last church age. Signs indicate that Jesus is about to return to take up His small flocks: any day, any hour now.

    Again, thank you for your time and questions, as I love sharing God’s Wisdom.

    Much love in Christ,

    Comment by bonnieq | 24 July 2008 | Reply

  2. You named most of the possible disasters but one. A huge meteor is racing toward the Earth. When and where it will strike is still unknown. My guess it will hit Asia somewhere? Why asia? This is where most of the worlds sinners live. These people do not believe in God and they kill their baby girls at birth. A quote from Revelation: The Dragon waited for the child to be born so that he could devour it.

    Comment by Molly Hoyst | 31 May 2008 | Reply

  3. i asked him for it and all i know is studying the bible, im starting to realize alot, and what ive gathered so far is just because a person says that they are a christian doesn’t mean that they are, and those who are filled with the spirit finds pleasure in pleasing GOD, and its not ok to sin, and i love reading the word, and im seeing alot on tv, and music, and it seems like the world has gone mad, it seems like its all about self image on the way someone looks,or the clothes they wear, or what kind of house they live in or what they drive, and how much money they have,sex,drugs and really mean and selfishness, and then you get these so called religous people who it seems like all they want is money. and my heart is sad to see how everyone is not seeing that satin is the ruler right now, and GOD is only hearing prayers from the ones who trully want to obey him, so if anyone reads this please i beg you repent now and ask GOD to give you his spirit cause only he can save you. hes coming sooner than people think.

    Comment by jennifer ayers | 1 January 2008 | Reply

  4. how does a person know if they are filled with the spirit of GOD. will you pray for me to recieve it?

    Comment by jennifer ayers | 1 January 2008 | Reply

  5. Personally, I have been going to hawaii every year since my family bought a time share on maui. I love it. i dont understand how people cant just go once. Io fell in love with it!

    Comment by hawaii lover | 17 December 2006 | Reply

  6. Hi Storbakken! Thank you so much for stopping by and for the invite to visit your blog, which I most assuredly will do. 🙂

    Oh, and please know that the “interpretations on prophecy” are not mine, they are God’s. If I were to interpret prophecy, it would be as man interprets it and I would be penning a lie that would keep many from entering heaven. So, the Holy Spirit interprets and I am merely “the pen of a willing writer” who knows nothing and has no opinion, save God’s and only His.

    I just praise the Lord that it is not my job to make anyone believe what I put out there on His behalf; for if it were my job, I would already have been fired. 🙂

    Again, thank you for stopping by! Now, I’m on my way to visit you. 🙂

    Love in Christ,

    Comment by bonnieq | 22 October 2006 | Reply

  7. hi Bonnie,

    I first saw a post of yours at my cousin’s blog (astrowombat). I’m new to wordpress at have a blog at My blog only has a couple posts but you’re welcome to take a read and weigh in. I look forward to reading more of your interpretations on prophecy.

    Comment by storbakken | 21 October 2006 | Reply

  8. Indeed, Joy, as Christians we are to walk in peace: talk the talk, walk the walk. Unfortunately, the vast majority of professing Christians are as Christ described them, “You flatter me with your lips, but your heart is far from me.” He does not know them and that means their destruction in the end.

    As for the nation going to war, we as Christians have no say in the matter; only instructed to obey the laws of the land and do not malign or speak ill of our leaders: because, as God said, “I set up kings and I take down kings.” They do His bidding whether they know it or not; but, it is all part of the Master’s great plan. It all will come to an end, for God said, “There must be an end” because He will not allow evil to reign here forever.

    There is another article that you might find helpful, as well, in that it sets out scripturally what God expects and at what point a person can become anointed: “Grace: Times Seven.” I believe that one was in August, too, but it could have been early September.

    Lots of love in Christ,

    Comment by bonnieq | 20 October 2006 | Reply

  9. Thank you for your explanation. I will read those two posts. I find some “last day” ideas unsettlings, like the people who claim we NEED to go to war to please God. I don’t understand the ideology behind that because aren’t we supposed to be peaceful people? I’m not sure.

    Comment by joy | 20 October 2006 | Reply

  10. Hi Joy! Thank you so much for reading this article and for your wonderful comment/question.

    Bible prophecies are written in metaphor and when mankind attempts to interpret those prophecies, they have a tendency to do so from a finite human perspective; which causes tremendous error. Only the Holy Spirit can give a person the interpretations; thus, I feel your next question would be, “How does a reader know that the writer has the Holy Spirit upon him or her?”

    All I can tell you is exactly what God’s Word says about being anointed with the Holy Spirit and what He says about it does not agree with what various Christian denominations teach.

    First, God gives specific instructions that, if followed with a sincere heart, will ultimately result in the person becoming anointed. However, just being anointed does not necessarily give the person the specific gift of prophecy and interpretation thereof. Each person receives gifts of the Spirit in accordance to His discernment.

    Once a person accepts Christ as God’s Son, is water baptized, then the next requirement is obedience to God’s Twelve Commandments — the two of Love plus the Ten. If obedience is discerned as sincere by the Holy Spirit, then He begins teaching God’s Word to him or her.

    Once having proved to self and the Spirit that he or she does love and obey God, then the Spirit anoints the person with one or more of the nine spiritual gifts but never all nine of them: only Christ’s Apostles were given all nine, in that they would be the only ones who had actually walked with Christ from the beginning.

    As an example, if nine people each have a different one of the nine gifts, then those nine people represent the whole body of Christ. Obviously, there would be cells of these bodies all over the world so that God’s Truth can be presented all over the planet.

    I have two articles posted here that might be helpful to you: 1) God’s instruction on how to study the Bible, as opposed to simply reading it from page one to the last page– posted in August; and, 2) Identifying False Teachers and Prophets.

    Therefore, to answer your specific question, it takes the entire Bible and the Holy Spirit to interpret the book of Revelation; which “Bind Up the Testimony, Seal the Law” represents such an interpretation. While, yes, it is written by a human, it is by divine guidance. As the Psalm says, “God’s mouth is the pen of a willing writer.” Some of His writers pen God’s love, others the steps to salvation, and so forth.

    I can tell you I was exceedingly humbled when He called upon me to reveal the “weightier matters” of His Law, of which Jesus spoke, and to interpret His prophecies; for I am nothing more than a pitiful Eve who got Adam kicked out of Eden and introduced sin into the world: and, my past is littered with sin.

    It broke my heart when I came to the understanding of how badly I had offended our awesome Father and His loving Son, our Lord and Saviour. To this day I stand in awe of heaven’s glory and God’s incredible power, which He has demonstrated so many times in my life.

    I hope I’ve answered your query to your satisfaction. If not, please do not hesitate to communicate with me, for I love sharing the gifts God has given me for the purpose of getting His Truth to His children that sincerely want it and know they aren’t getting it from the pulpit. So! I hope to see you again.

    Much love in Christ,

    Comment by bonnieq | 20 October 2006 | Reply

  11. What is a wholly Biblical interpretation? I don’t understand… I’m not trying to sound skeptical. I’d just like to know how that’s different from a human interpretation? Because wasn’t the person who wrote the book a human? Please teach me. I’d like to know and understand what you mean by that. Thank you.

    Comment by joy | 20 October 2006 | Reply

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