On the afternoon, at about 2 P.M. on July 24, 1992, I was walking out of the front door of
the home where I was staying on Golden Beach, in North Miami, Florida.
As I walked out the front door, and walked west, toward my car, I was startled by a flash in
the Southern sky. I turned to look South. From where I was standing, I had a relatively
unobstructed look at the Southern Sky. As I watched, I saw a Hydrogen Bomb mushroom
cloud rise to the South.
I began to panic. I thought about the light I saw and the cloud and estimated it's distance
at about 40 miles. That meant to me that Homestead Air Force base had just been nuked.
I was thinking that if it had been hit by a Russian SS18 missile, which has a blast radius of
100 miles, that the shock wave must be going to reach me in 30 or 40 seconds. At any
rate, that was my estimate.
I began to look around the yard, seeing if there was any culvert or drainage ditch that I could
jump into to get underground. I found nothing. I resolved to just stand there and praise my
God until the blast hit. Just as I began to thank the Lord, the mushroom cloud dematerialized
in the sky as I was looking at it: it just faded away. It was at this time that I realized that
I had not seen a real atomic blast, but I had seen a vision.
One month later, on August 24, 1992, Homestead was hit with a direct hit by Hurricane Andrew
and the destruction was compared to that which would be caused by an Atomic Blast.
Sometime later though, the Lord spoke to me and told me that I was to expect another,
later fulfillment of my vision. It is to be fulfilled as I saw it transpire in my vision.
Stephen L. Bening
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