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Evacuation order lifted for Williams Lake

After nearly two weeks of living in a camper trailer and motel rooms, we are finally home after the authorities lifted the evacuation order for our fair city and the surrounding area.  We thank the Lord for looking after our City as the fires stayed on the perimeter and did not touch any homes, (including ours). We also very much thank all the firefighting crews that kept those fires at bay.
So now it will take a few days to get back into the normality of life, including getting back to work. We are still under an evacuation alert and all could go sideways again this summer, but we will pray that God will not let that happen again.
Thank you for all your prayers, and we hope to be back blogging the news of the week very shortly.

Evacuation order lifted for WilliamsLake Thousands of WilliamsLake and area residents can pack their bags and come home. Officials from the City of Williams Lake, Cariboo Regional District and Williams Lake Indian Band made the announcement that several of the are…

B.C. Wildfire: Entire city and area of Williams Lake ordered evacuated

B.C. Wildfire: Entire city and area of WilliamsLake ordered evacuated The provincial wildfire crisis took a dramatic turn for the worse Saturday evening as the entire city of WilliamsLake and its surrounding area were ordered evacuated. With the main highway, Hwy. 97, cut just to the north of the city by firefighting efforts and far to the south by the Ashcroft-Cache Creek fire, the order meant thousands were heading south on Hwy. 97, then cutting east on the only other highway out, Hwy. 24, a secondary highway. From the junction with Hwy. 5 near Little Fort, evacuees were told to head south of Kamloops. The timing of the evacuation, ordered just before 6 p.m., was driven by fears that fires could shortly cut that last route out of WilliamsLake.

Greetings all,
Just a brief update to let everyone know that we are all fine, although now living out of a motel many miles from home as…

B.C. wildfires: No letup for crews battling central Interior blazes

In Canada:

B.C. wildfires: No letup for crews battling central Interior blazes
More evacuations in B.C. Interior as winds whip up flames

In America:

Raging wildfires across California force nearly 8,000 to evacuate: 'It was terrifying'

We will be unavailable over the foreseeable future in posting any blog entries due to a series of wildfires burning in our location.

We live in the central part of the Province of British Columbia, (Canada), which has seen a long stretch of very dry, hot weather this early summer resulting in tinder dry forests.  This past weekend, (Friday July 7), a brief lightning storm ignited a host of fires near several communities in our area, including the City of Williams Lake in which we live.

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Signs of the Last Days - News for the week of June 29 - July 6, 2017

Not much time this week, so we will post what we have.  We have included a few brief comments with some of the prophetic signs to help explain how this may be of significance for the future.

As always, keep looking up.  Things are getting interesting.

Prophecy Sign:  Rumors of WarsAsia:

U.S. tells North Korea it is prepared to go to war

U.S. Commander in South Korea: We’re Prepared for War with North Korea
North Korea nuclear threat: should California start panicking?
China Issues Dire Warning On North Korea: “Sooner Or Later It Will Get Out Of Control And The Consequences Would Be Disastrous”…