In 2014, God assured me that every time I hold a conference or crusade, He would ALWAYS reveal His presence in the form of powerful atmospheric upheavals one week before my conference or crusade, impacting the city and the surrounding areas for hundreds or thousands of miles around. My ministry scheduled a one day miracle healing crusade for the city of Cincinnati (Ohio) for March 5, 2015. Unfortunately, we ended up canceling the crusade. However, I made an announcement and even posted it on Facebook, that God was still going to go ahead and give the signs for this crusade. Below is a screenshot of my Facebook post made on January 14, 2015.
Here’s how this sign was fulfilled. The following is an article from Wikipedia (you too can google the information by typing “Winter storm Thor”).
March 2015 North American winter storm. (Article). The March 2015 North American winter storm was a significant snow and ice storm that plowed through much of the United States, bringing 1–2 feet (30cm-60cm) of snow and record cold temperatures behind it. The storm actually occurred in two phases, with the latter bringing the cold temperatures behind it in its wake. Record cold temperatures even spread down to as far as northern Florida. IMPACT OF STORM AND STATES AFFECTED: This is a list of the largest snowfall reports by state impacted by the storm. Illinois. 11 inches (28 cm). Indiana. 11 inches (28 cm). Iowa. 1.1 inches (2.8 cm). Kansas. 3.5 inches (8.9 cm). Michigan. 5.3 inches (13 cm). Minnesota. 6.5 inches (17 cm). Missouri. 15.5 inches (39 cm). Nebraska. 6 inches (15 cm). Ohio. 17 inches (43 cm). South Dakota. 5 inches (13 cm). Wisconsin. 6 inches (15 cm). Connecticut. 9 inches (23 cm). Maine 7.5 inches (19 cm). Maryland. 15 inches (38 cm). Massachusetts. 12 inches (30 cm). New Hampshire. 4 inches (10 cm). New Jersey. 8.8 inches (22 cm). New York. 9.5 inches (24 cm). Pennsylvania. 11.3 inches (29 cm). Rhode Island. 12 inches (30 cm). Vermont. 3.5 inches (8.9 cm). Virginia. 9.4 inches (24 cm). West Virginia. 14 inches (36 cm). Arkansas. 11 inches (28 cm). Kentucky. 25 inches (64 cm). Mississippi. 4.4 inches (11 cm). Oklahoma. 5 inches (13 cm). Tennessee. 13.5 inches (34 cm). Texas. 7 inches (18 cm). Arizona. 12 inches (30 cm). California. 32 inches (81 cm). Colorado 54.6 inches (139 cm). Nevada. 24 inches (61 cm). New Mexico. 21 inches (53 cm). Utah. 49 inches (120 cm). Wyoming 18 inches (46 cm). HOW THE STORM STARTED: The first phase of the storm came on March 2, as a vigorous area of low pressure formed along an arctic cold front. Drawing some moisture from the so-called "Pineapple Express" from the Pacific, snowfall began to develop in the Upper Midwest, spreading a swath of accumulating snow ranging from 3–6 inches (7.6–15.2 cm) into March 3. The storm continued to dump snow, ice and sleet across the eastern half of the United States, before moving off the coast late on March 5, leaving snow accumulations of 6–12 inches (15–30 cm) into the Northeast, and record cold in its wake, with some areas, like Jackson, Mississippi, experiencing a near 50°F (28°C) drop in 24 hours as the arctic front moved through. Several daily, and monthly, record lows were set.
HERE ARE SOME PICTURES FROM THE STORM
These are the signs that have followed me wherever I do conferences or crusades, manifesting at least 7 days before my meetings, since 2014. I ALWAYS announce these signs no less than three months in advance