Tidbits on Cold

In the winter of 1683-84, the sea froze for two miles around the southern coast of the North Sea.

In 1607-08, Lake Superior had ice until June, while in 1779-80, ice surrounded Iceland for several miles in every direction. In the same year, the Hudson River and the New York harbor froze over.

1816 brought frost to New England in May and snow to New York and Maine in June. The Great School House Blizzard of 1888 killed 235 people.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winter#Exceptionally_cold_winters

The thing that has been—it is what will be again, and that which has been done is that which will be done again; and there is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9, AMP)

Prayer- Lord, when we panic over today, remind us that you are still in charge, yesterday, today and yes, even tomorrow. Amen.

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