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7 signs God is going to destroy JEM mall in Jurong East by end of 2014

Posted on 19 June 2014

Are we heeding His signs? Will you be Egyptian or Moses?

There is nothing that screams “End Times!” like a spate of physical calamities that the Lord Our God has personally inflicted upon his creation.

From the Great Flood to the 10 Plagues, the Good Shepherd has shown that he can deliver when called upon.

Here are 7 signs the Alpha and Omega has been dropping as hints that he is planning on destroying JEM mall in Jurong East by end of 2014:


1. Inflicting amnesia


In June 2013, JEM mall’s opening was delayed as someone spontaneously forgot to submit fire safety documents.


2. Spontaneous combustion


Two months later, on Aug. 14, 2013, three employees in NTUC FairPrice Xtra store in the shopping centre suffered minor burns when a deep fryer caught fire.


3. Spontaneous combustion of a bigger object


Four days later on Aug. 17, 2013, a car caught fire in its basement carpark.


4. Increasing gravitation pull


Then, in September 2013, the first-floor ceiling collapsed.


5. Disregarding pleas for intercession


This prompted Jurong residents to organise a 48-hour prayer fest for the mall.

However, this failed to work.


6. Rearranging atomic/ molecular structure


On Nov. 29, 2013, a glass door shattered into smithereens without apparent rhyme or reason.


7. Flood


On June 17, 2014, sprinklers started spraying water in a bid to recreate the scene from Noah.

So, where will you be when JEM gets razed to the ground?


All the signs were there:
S’poreans fulfill lifelong dream of going to JEM

Religious leaders invited into JEM shopping mall to bless it

JEM closed for second straight day, S’poreans in the west lose all sense of purpose

Jurong residents organising 48-hour prayer fest for JEM Mall

JEM mall collects refund from religious leaders after yet another accident








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