It was a divine warning.
This after they noticed that the Upper Thomson Road flooding on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2016, is linked to the biblical events of Noah’s Ark, where the world and humanity was destroyed as people turned their backs on God and chose a path of sin instead.
One Singaporean, Qu Jiao Tang, said: “There is no doubt that the Upper Thomson Road flooding is closely linked to the Noah’s Ark message. The speed of the water’s rise was biblically quick.”
“However, God probably thought twice about destroying Singapore as He gave chance for us to change, unlike what happened to the people who did not believe Noah and who had it coming.”
Other locals said given this new lease of life, the first step Singaporeans need to take to signal to the Alpha and Omega is that we are a changed people.
Another local, Yuan Liang, said: “The first step is to recognise where sin in Singapore stems from and it is obvious it comes from the name ‘Singapore’.”
“Therefore, we need to remove ‘Sin’ from ‘Singapore’ and replace it with ‘Righteousness’.”
“So, from now on, ‘Singapore’ will be renamed as ‘Righteousnesspore’.”
“And then we need to build an ark and put at Mandai zoo there, just in case.”