The third week of January 2013, turned out to be a sorrowful time for the Asian nation of Indonesia. “I am seeing a very big flood. And it will carry a lot of houses, property and human beings.”
Starting from the 16th of January, 2013, massive floods entered the capital city of Jakarta from the sea and swept people, property and homes away from safety and security. “It is a big time situation. I am seeing a country, IN.”
Indonesia’s disaster management agency spokesman, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said that floods had forced 18,000 people from their homes on Friday. The floods are recorded as the worst to hit the capital since 2007. Even the presidential palace was inundated by the waters on Thursday, with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyonopictured in the grounds in rolled-up trousers. “It is not just rain but it is a spirit that comes from the sea. It will disturb this city.”
The sprawling city was left virtually paralyzed— and officials warned that more water is on its way. Caused by unusually strong monsoon rains, the flood waters — often carrying trash and human waste — have inundated the city’s central business district, closed schools and offices and entered the presidential palace. “Our map shows that about 50 percent of Jakarta is under water, ranging from 25 centimeters to 4 meters,” Johan Freddy, an official with National Disaster Management Agency, was quoted as saying. With around 95,000 people affected in different areas of the city, authorities have declared a state of emergency. About 19,000 people have relocated from the worst affected districts to safer areas. “If there is nothing they can do about it, people there should be ready to carry the necessary things out of their houses.”
Nearly 100,000 houses have been flooded leading to the displacement of 10,000 people into temporary shelters. “We have been informed that rains could intensify in the coming days. We have declared an emergency so that authorities can move quickly to provide assistance,” Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo stated.
Relief efforts have been put in place and volunteers are working diligently to rescue and revive victimized citizens of the region.
Throughout this chaotic time, we recall the words of Prophet T.B. Joshua at the beginning of the year. He stated on December 31, 2012 that, “Natural disasters would be many this New Year—Let us move to God. With God, all things are possible”.
He again stated earlier, in June of 2012, that, “There will be a very serious rain. I am seeing a big rain. This will happen in an Asian country. I want to trace the country. God will guide them. I am seeing Breaking News. The rain is warming up. It is coming from the sea. It is not just rain but it is a spirit that comes from the sea. It will disturb this city. It will carry property and human beings. It is a big time situation. I am seeing a country, IN. Fast and pray as the Spirit directs. Pray for the nation. It is very close, now. I will not want to wait ‘til next Sunday before coming out on Emmanuel TV and telling the world, this is what I am seeing, so that people can be prepared. If there is nothing they can do about it, people there should be ready to carry the necessary things out of their houses. You know what happened in Japan some time ago. We are praying for God’s mercy and God’s favour.”
IN — those were the two letters mentioned by Prophet T.B. Joshua as he gave a prophetic message regarding a serious flood that would carry property and people in an Asian country starting with those two letters. In confirmation of Prophet T.B. Joshua’s prophetic revelation, on January 16, 2013, a very serious flood occurred in the Asian country, Indonesia, in the capital city, Jakarta. The flood came from the sea and carried people and property, just as the prophet had prophesied.