The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad


The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad; the desert shall rejoice and blossom like the crocus; it shall blossom abundantly and rejoice with joy and singing. The glory of Lebanon shall be given to it, the majesty of Carmel and Sharon. They shall see the glory of the LORD, the majesty of our God. – Isa 35:1-2

Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf unstopped; then shall the lame man leap like a deer, and the tongue of the mute sing for joy. For waters break forth in the wilderness, and streams in the desert; the burning sand shall become a pool, and the thirsty ground springs of water; in the haunt of jackals, where they lie down, the grass shall become reeds and rushes. – Isa 35:5-7

Australia flooding 2010, 14 March

And this is cool… the same image, but one week later showing the water movement…

These temporary lakes are more than 250 KM long!!

An Indigenous elder in Queensland’s far south-west says: “There are even places where I haven’t seen water before…”

An Indigenous elder in Queensland’s far south-west says Birdsville is greener and lusher than it has been in more than 60 years.

Don Rowlands, the ranger in charge of the Simpson Desert National Park, says there has been massive transformation of the countryside after big rain and flooding in the region. The national park was due to reopen this week but Mr Rowlands says it could be the end of May before tourists can get in.

He says the desert wildflowers later this year will be “magic”. “Some big swamps or lakes that haven’t been filled for a long time are brimming,” he said.

“There are even places where I haven’t seen water before and I’ve been here for 60 plus years – so there’s a fair chance that nobody’s ever seen some of these places filled with water.

“That in itself is an amazing thing to see.”



Lake Eyre in line for second deluge, PETER KER, March 13, 2010

Lake Eyre could be on track for a wetter year than 2009’s long-awaited drenching, delivering the best combination of years for Australia’s inland waterways in two decades. Last year’s flow into the massive outback salt lake was heralded as the best in nine years, and gave numerous species – particularly birds – a desperately needed chance to breed. After heavy rains in Queensland over recent months, one of Australia’s leading environmental scientists – University of NSW professor Richard Kingsford – said 2010 could be even wetter at the ephemeral lake. ”It may well get more water than it did last year,” he told The Age this week.

Floodwaters reach Lake Eyre, By Chrissy Arthur,Updated Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:39am AEDT

The first floodwaters from Queensland’s far south-west are flowing into Lake Eyre in South Australia. For the second consecutive year, tourists are expected to flock to the region in the coming months to see the salt lake transformed by flooding. Professor Richard Kingsford from the University of New South Wales says there could be enough water in the Cooper Creek system to make it to Lake Eyre, which has not happened since 1990. But he says water from the Diamantina has started to arrive.

It’s all echoes of this…

ms_word_icon 2008-9 Prophecies and Miracles v2 (3MB) – A collection of all blog posts relating to the prophecies and fulfilled miracles during my stay in Australia.

wouldn’t you say?  🙂

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