Darkest Hour On Earth

From 8:30 to 9:30 pm local time on Saturday, March 28, hundreds of millions of people around the world will switch off their lights, casting a visual vote for action to curb climate change.
A global initiative of the conservation group WWF, Earth Hour aims to reach one billion people in 1,000 cities around the world, demonstrating the strength of public opinion in favor of keeping the planet cool.
Gala events are planned across the globe to mark the occassion.
In Sydney, every ferry in the harbor will sound its horn at precisely 8:30 pm to herald the start of Earth Hour in Australia, while in Melbourne a people-pedal-powered concert will entertain the crowd at Federation Square.
On the other side of the world, a host of concerts and parties will be staged in cities across Europe, including a "circle of percussion" in Athens, where people will be given percussion instruments to play, led by a conductor, as the lights go out on the Acropolis.
Key landmarks going dark for the event include New York City's Empire State Building and the Broadway theater district, the National Cathedral in Washington, the Las Vegas strip, Niagara Falls, the Eiffel Tower and Elysee Palace in Paris, the London Eye, the Great Pyramids and Sphinx in Egypt, the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Table Mountain in Cape Town, Merlion in Singapore, the CN Tower in Toronto, Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, the world's tallest constructed building Taipei 101, and the Sydney Opera House.
China will turn off the lights in a signal to the rest of the world of its readiness to address climate change. Organizers have already conducted a rehearsal to ensure that at 8:30 pm the lights will go dark for Earth Hour on the Bird's Nest Olympic Stadium, the Water Cube, Ling Long Tower and Pangu Plaza in Beijing.
India will join Earth Hour's global call for action on climate change for the first time. The Government of Delhi is officially supporting Earth Hour and has started appealing to citizens in national newspapers to turn off their lights on March 28.
The effort for conservation is highly applaudable & welcome.
But Have you ever thought, why humanity faces this problem?
Is it because of industrialization, urbanisation, or unthoghtful utilization of scarce resources?
It is none of this!!! Nobody can save this earth from the coming catastrophe!!!
Bible gives the answer to this problem=> Read my Blog

Seventy Days For His People & 70 weeks for World

Prophet Daniel while in Babylon was pained at the state of affairs of Jerusalem and God's people. He was thinking of the prophecy of Jeremiah, that a remnant shall be delivered after 70 years from captivity. Book of chronicles mentions this at the closing.
People of Israel were in palestine for 490 years. But they didnt obey God's commandment and give the due rest (sabath) not only to themselves but also to the land which God gave them(once in seven years for land , and once in a week for people).
So God made the Babylonian King to come and ransack Jerusalem after many warnings through prophets.
Now they are in captivity, and Daniel prays for the restoration of Jerusalem and His people.
God Wonderfully reveals to Daniel his plan about the total restoration of Jews in 70 weeks.
Daniel chapter 9 describes this 70 weeks. It is a wonderful study of the future of the whole world in the days to come.