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pestilence Bible quotes clearly predict that horrible pestilence
is coming. Let us seek and find the truth within the Bible in this
pestilence Bible study, shall we?
PESTILENCE BIBLE STUDY
In a span of less
than 25 years, the United States alone (Not to mention the world) has been stricken by a wave of pestilence
infections. Over the last century ... horrible plagues such as Toxic shock syndrome, Legionnaires disease, AIDS, Lyme disease
bird flu, Ebola and
hanta virus (Just to name a few) have emerged from obscurity to become household names.
There are now
becoming more and more diseases from the food supply as well.
disease experts fear an escalation of new and possibly more deadly epidemics in
the future. Indeed, some candidates already loom on the distant horizons,
isolated in tiny geographical pockets. Why this sudden explosion of pestilence?
PESTILENCE BIBLE WARNING OF PESTILENCE BIBLE EVENTS WITH PESTILENCE BIBLE
Throughout the Bible we see that part of Gods punishments upon mankind for
sins is ... Pestilence. From the plagues bestowed upon Egypt and Pharaoh before the
children of Israel's mass exodus:
Therefore thus saith the LORD; Ye have not hearkened
unto me, in proclaiming liberty, every one to his brother, and every man
to his neighbour: behold, I proclaim a liberty for you, saith the LORD, to
the sword, to the pestilence, and to the
famine; and I will make you to be removed into all the kingdoms of the
To what we read in
the Olivet Discourse, we see many references to death by pestilence and many
dying from illness.
For nation shall rise
against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines,
and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers
Could the introduction of the many new incurable diseases
such as Aids be a precursor to the beginning of the end? We should watch these new and old diseases to find the
patterns that show an increase in pestilence in our times.
PESTILENCE BIBLE PROPHECY AND PESTILENCE BIBLE WARNINGS COMING TO PASS
AS THESE PESTILENCE BIBLE SIGNS ARE
LEADING US TO THE END TIMES
Below is a listing of disease outbreaks worldwide in the
The source of this information is the World Health
This may not be a complete list.
Zika virus disease is caused by a virus
transmitted primarily by Aedes mosquitoes.
People with Zika virus disease can have symptoms
including mild fever, skin rash, conjunctivitis,
muscle and joint pain, malaise or headache.
These symptoms normally last for 2-7 days.
There is scientific consensus that Zika virus is
a cause of Microcephaly and Guillain-Barré
syndrome. Links to other neurological
complications are also being investigated.
East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)
|Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS)
is a viral respiratory disease caused by
a novel Coronavirus (MERS‐CoV) that was
first identified in Saudi Arabia in
Coronaviruses are a large family of
viruses that can cause diseases ranging
from the common cold to Severe Acute
Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).
Typical MERS symptoms include fever,
cough and shortness of breath. Pneumonia
is common, but not always present.
Gastrointestinal symptoms, including
diarrhea, have also been reported.
Approximately 36% of reported patients
with MERS have died.
Although the majority of human cases of
MERS have been attributed to
human-to-human infections, camels are
likely to be a major reservoir host for
MERS-CoV and an animal source of MERS
infection in humans. However, the exact
role of camels in transmission of the
virus and the exact route(s) of
transmission are unknown.
The virus does not seem to pass easily
from person to person unless there is
close contact, such as occurs when
providing unprotected care to a patient.
Bird Flu - Avian Influenza
Avian influenza (AI), commonly called bird flu,
is an infectious viral disease of birds.
Most avian influenza viruses do not infect
humans; however some, such as A(H5N1) and
A(H7N9), have caused serious infections in
Outbreaks of AI in poultry may raise global
public health concerns due to their effect on
poultry populations, their potential to cause
serious disease in people, and their pandemic
Reports of highly pathogenic AI epidemics in
poultry, such as A(H5N1), can seriously impact
local and global economies and international
The majority of human cases of A(H5N1) and
A(H7N9) infection have been associated with
direct or indirect contact with infected live or
dead poultry. There is no evidence that the
disease can be spread to people through properly
Controlling the disease in animals is the first
step in decreasing risks to humans.
Chikungunya is a viral disease transmitted to
humans by infected mosquitoes. It causes fever
and severe joint pain. Other symptoms include
muscle pain, headache, nausea, fatigue and rash.
Joint pain is often debilitating and can vary in
The disease shares some clinical signs with
dengue, and can be misdiagnosed in areas where
dengue is common.
There is no cure for the disease. Treatment is
focused on relieving the symptoms.
The proximity of mosquito breeding sites to
human habitation is a significant risk factor
The disease occurs in Africa, Asia and the
Indian subcontinent. In recent decades mosquito
vectors of Chikungunya have spread to Europe and
the Americas. In 2007, disease transmission was
reported for the first time in a localized
outbreak in north-eastern Italy. Outbreaks have
since been recorded in France and Croatia.
Rift Valley Fever (RVF)
Rift Valley fever (RVF)
is a viral zoonosis that primarily affects
animals but also has the capacity to infect
humans. Infection can cause severe disease in
both animals and humans. The disease also
results in significant economic losses due to
death and abortion among RVF-infected livestock.
RVF virus is a member of the Phlebovirus genus,
one of the five genera in the family
Bunyaviridae. The virus was first identified in
1931 during an investigation into an epidemic
among sheep on a farm in the Rift Valley of
Since then, outbreaks have been reported in
sub-Saharan and North Africa. In 1997-98, a
major outbreak occurred in Kenya, Somalia and
Tanzania and in September 2000, RVF cases were
confirmed in Saudi Arabia and Yemen, marking the
first reported occurrence of the disease outside
the African continent and raising concerns that
it could extend to other parts of Asia and
Escherichia Coli (EHEC)
Coli (EHEC) is a
bacterium that can cause severe food borne
Primary sources of EHEC outbreaks are raw or
undercooked ground meat products, raw milk
and fecal contamination of vegetables.
In most cases, the illness is self-limiting,
but it may lead to a life-threatening
disease including Haemolytic Uraemic
syndrome (HUS), especially in young children
and the elderly.
EHEC is heat-sensitive. In preparing food at
home, be sure to follow basic food hygiene
practices such as "cook thoroughly".
Following the WHO Five keys to safer food is
a key measure to prevent infections with
food borne pathogens such as EHEC.
Yellow fever is an acute viral hemorrhagic
disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes.
The "yellow" in the name refers to the
jaundice that affects some patients.
Symptoms of yellow fever include fever,
headache, jaundice, muscle pain, nausea,
vomiting and fatigue.
A small proportion of patients who contract
the virus develop severe symptoms and
approximately half of those die within 7 to
The virus is endemic in tropical areas of
Africa and Central and South America.
Since the launch of the Yellow Fever
Initiative in 2006, significant progress in
combatting the disease has been made in West
Africa and more than 105 million people have
been vaccinated in mass campaigns. No
outbreaks of yellow fever were reported in
West Africa during 2015.
Large epidemics of yellow fever occur when
infected people introduce the virus into
heavily populated areas with high mosquito
density and where most people have little or
no immunity, due to lack of vaccination. In
these conditions, infected mosquitoes
transmit the virus from person to person.
Yellow fever is prevented by an extremely
effective vaccine, which is safe and
affordable. A single dose of yellow fever
vaccine is sufficient to confer sustained
immunity and life-long protection against
yellow fever disease and a booster dose of
the vaccine is not needed. The vaccine
provides effective immunity within 30 days
for 99% of persons vaccinated.
Good supportive treatment in hospitals
improves survival rates. There is currently
no specific anti-viral drug for yellow
Lassa fever is an acute viral hemorrhagic
illness of 2-21 days duration that occurs in
The Lassa virus is transmitted to humans via
contact with food or household items
contaminated with rodent urine or feces.
Person-to-person infections and laboratory
transmission can also occur, particularly in
hospitals lacking adequate infection prevent
and control measures.
Lassa fever is known to be endemic in Benin,
Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone,
and Nigeria, but probably exists in other
West African countries as well.
The overall case-fatality rate is 1%.
Observed case-fatality rate among patients
hospitalized with severe cases of Lassa
fever is 15%.
Early supportive care with rehydration and
symptomatic treatment improves survival.
Oropouche fever is
caused by the Oropouche virus. In humans, it is
transmitted primarily through the bite of the
Culicoides Paraensis midge. No direct
transmission of the virus from human to human
has been documented.
Oropouche fever causes symptoms similar to those
of dengue with an incubation period of 4-8 days
(range: 3-12 days). Symptoms include the sudden
onset of high fever, headache, myalgia, joint
pain, and vomiting. In some patients it can
cause clinical symptoms of aseptic meningitis.
In the Americas, outbreaks of Oropouche fever
virus have been reported from rural and urban
communities of Brazil, Ecuador, Panama, Peru,
and Trinidad and Tobago.
Salmonellosis, is one of the most common and
widely distributed food borne diseases, with tens
of millions of human cases occurring worldwide
Most cases of Salmonellosis are mild, however,
sometimes people die from Salmonellosis. The
severity of the disease may depend on host
factors and the strain of salmonella.
Since the beginning of the 1990s, salmonella
strains which are resistant to a range of
antimicrobials have emerged and are now a
serious public health concern.
Basic food hygiene practices, such as "cook
thoroughly", is recommended as a preventive
measure against salmonellosis.
|Cholera is an acute diarrheal disease that can
kill within hours if left untreated.
Researchers have estimated that there are 1.4 to
4.3 million cases, and 28 000 to 142 000 deaths
worldwide1 due to cholera every year.
Up to 80% of cases can be successfully treated
with oral rehydration salts.
Provision of safe water and sanitation is
critical to control cholera and other waterborne
Oral cholera vaccines are an additional way to
control cholera, but should not replace
conventional control measures.
Anophelis is commonly
found in the environment, particularly in soil
and water, it rarely causes illness in humans. A
few small, localized outbreaks were reported
before, usually in healthcare settings. The 2016
outbreak in the United States is the largest
known outbreak of Elizabethkingia on record.
Since the transmission route of the bacteria
remains unknown and bacteria primarily infects
people with serious underlying health conditions
further cases can be expected.
Most cases are over the age of 65 years and all
have serious underlying health conditions. It
has not yet been determined whether the deaths
associated with this outbreak were caused by the
bacterial infection, the patients' comorbidities,
Many potential sources of the bacteria have been
assessed, including water sources, health care
facilities, medications and personal care
products, though no common source has been
identified to date. Investigations are ongoing.
|Microcephaly is a condition where a baby is born
with a small head or the head stops growing
Microcephaly is a rare condition. One baby in
several thousand is born with microcephaly.
The most reliable way to assess whether a baby
has microcephaly is to measure head
circumference 24 hours after birth, compare the
value with WHO growth standards, and continue to
measure the rate of head growth in early
Babies born with microcephaly may develop
convulsions and suffer physical and learning
disabilities as they grow older.
There are no specific tests to determine if a
baby will be born with microcephaly, but
ultrasound scans in the third trimester of
pregnancy can sometimes identify the problem.
There is no specific treatment for microcephaly.
|Guillain-Barré syndrome is a rare condition in
which a person's immune system attacks their
People of all ages can be affected, but it is
more common in adults and in males.
Most people recover fully from even the most
severe cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Severe cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome are
rare, but can result in near-total paralysis.
People with Guillain-Barré syndrome should be
treated and monitored; some may need intensive
care. Treatment includes supportive care and
some immunological therapies.
Dengue and Severe
Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection.
The infection causes flu-like illness, and
occasionally develops into a potentially lethal
complication called severe dengue.
The global incidence of dengue has grown
dramatically in recent decades. About half of
the world's population is now at risk.
Dengue is found in tropical and sub-tropical
climates worldwide, mostly in urban and
Severe dengue is a leading cause of serious
illness and death among children in some Asian
and Latin American countries.
There is no specific treatment for dengue/
severe dengue, but early detection and access to
proper medical care lowers fatality rates below
Dengue prevention and control depends on
effective vector control measures.
A dengue vaccine has been licensed by several
National Regulatory Authorities for use in
people 9-45 years of age living in endemic
|Polio (Poliomyelitis) mainly affects children
under 5 years of age.
1 in 200 infections leads to irreversible
paralysis. Among those paralyzed, 5% to 10% die
when their breathing muscles become immobilized.
Polio cases have decreased by over 99% since
1988, from an estimated 350 000 cases then, to
74 reported cases in 2015. The reduction is the
result of the global effort to eradicate the
As long as a single child remains infected,
children in all countries are at risk of
contracting polio. Failure to eradicate polio
from these last remaining strongholds could
result in as many as 200 000 new cases every
year, within 10 years, all over the world.
In most countries, the global effort has
expanded capacities to tackle other infectious
diseases by building effective surveillance and
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