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January 11, 2014
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Chad Bryan, Star Writer

A prophet, who goes by the name John the Baptist, says a massive earthquake will rock Jamaica as well as the rest of the Caribbean Region on January 14.

The prophet who claims that God spoke to him said the spirit of the Lord was with him on Thursday night and that at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14, the earthquake will strike.

He said that while this is not the coming of the Lord, God Almighty, it would certainly herald his coming.

"People will survive yes but so many people will die. This is going to be a catastrophic event. The place will be written-off as a disaster zone. You are going to have people survive and that is when every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess. Because no man can know this unless God reveals it to him," John the Baptist said.

The prophet explained that this catastrophic earthquake will happen on this day because of Passover. According to him, the Passover is held by the Israelites in the first month from the 10th-21st.

When asked what he would say to people who would have considered him crazy, he maintained that these types of messages were always met with scepticism, nevertheless, he assured that this incident would take place.

"They always say the prophet of God is always crazy. If you read what they say about Elisha, they said he was a madman when he anointed Jehu. They always call the prophet of God a madman. Jesus doesn't want to harm anyone. It will happen, it is the Passover," he said.

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