The non-ordained self-appointed false prophet is ranting again about the weather being a sure sign that God is bringing this world to an end. Bad weather was designed by Thiel's god to get peoples attention.
This time he quotes John Schroeder from the Plain Truth magazine in the 1980's
We may be at this prophetic point as all the earthquakes and other weather problems that have happened in the past year or so could be considered as “troubles.”
While humans often seem to think otherwise, God is in charge and controls the weather. Notice the following:
The Bible makes plain who is in control of the weather! “Fire and hail, snow and clouds; stormy wind, fulfilling His word” (Ps . 148:8 , RAV).
God intervenes in weather to work out his purposes among nations…
Plagues of disastrous weather are a warning to humanity. Weather for the most part operates according to natural laws. Damaging weather patterns sometimes develop. God simply may not choose to intervene to stop them because of nations’ various sins and idolatry.
The Bible reveals God also directly intervenes to cause weather plagues to warn certain nations. “I have smitten you with blasting and mildew . .. yet have ye not returned unto me, saith the Lord” (Amos 4:9). He, in his great purpose, may also allow Satan-the god of this world (II Cor. 4:4)-to have a role in producing calamitous weather, for man’s ultimate learning (see Job, chapter 1). (Schroeder D. CHAOTIC WEATHER Return of the dust bowl? Plain Truth. 1984, pp. 19-20)
Thiel has a history of reveling in the upheavals dumped upon others by his god. He takes advantage of every situation to point out what sinful human garbage the people are and that have to suffer because of his god.
Thiel wants you to know though that he prays for the affected. But then lets them know again that they are disgusting sinful worms and deserve what is happening to them. His god says so!
My prayers go out to those affected.
Of course, weather-related troubles are biblically expected as Jesus stated:
7…And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. 8 All these are the beginning of sorrows. (Matthew 24:7-8).
8 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be earthquakes in various places, and there will be famines and troubles. These are the beginnings of sorrows. (Mark 13:8)