The severe drought throughout most of Texas is taking its toll on ranchers, travelers, athletes, businesses and natural resources, and that last category includes the OC Fisher Reservoir, which has dead fish floating on its little remaining water.A couple of basic's here:
But what has caught the attention of many is the fact that the water has turned blood-red.
The development, coming as it has amidst the various turmoil around the globe and just as a comet has been reported to be racing toward Earth at the peak of God's holy days, has sparked talk of biblical prophecy even from distributors of scientific information such as Live Science.
Read more: American lake turns blood-red, sparking end-times wonder.
#1. The water looks red, its not actually blood. If it was suddenly blood, you'd have a very interesting story. As it is, it looks redish, this isn't news as redish water is caused by any number of natural phenomenon, that we have explanation for. So unless the water becomes A pos, its not news worthy.
#2. Not everything is a sign of the end of time. Some things are just the way the world works., like lakes drying up during a draught.
#3. Your stupidity makes other Christians look like dorks. The world assumes we all are unthinking twits, because what they see is folks like you in the news. Take a hint, your potato isn't a reincarnation of the Virgin Mary, even if it kinda looks like a picture someone painted of her. Jesus isn't coming back on Tuesday because you cracked some secret (nonexistent) code in the Bible. Jesus specifically told us that "no one knows the hour, not even the Son but only the Father in heaven". If God didn't inform Jesus, why would you think that He invented a cleaver way to let you know?