Inside San Pedro Sula – the most violent city in the world

Jesus Christ (Jehoshua) warned that the time signalling His return to this earth would be as it was in the days of Noah;

“But as the days of Noah were were, so shall the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and knew not until the flood came, and took them all away: so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord does come. Matthew.24:36-39, 42.)


What do we see all over the earth as it was in the days of Noah?  Great Wickedness of man in the earth, evil imaginations & only evil continually, violence, violence, violence, in drunkenness, drugs and crime of every possible form! Families being torn apart by human Governments seeking to change the natural order of one man, one woman, into something which is wholly unnatural, to be “re-defined” as male/male/female/female, with “Scientists” playing god, and creating “life” in test-tubes. Children being neglected, and the unborn baby being ripped violently apart either in the womb, or as it emerges, many still alive!

Man will never connect cause with effect, the scriptures tell us that man is ever learning, but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth,

(II Tim.3:7) and yet, God WILL have ALL men to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. Amazing, yet true. (I Timothy.2:4.)


The fact that Christ warned that this time would be like it was in the days of Noah,  will not detract man from his purpose, because Noah was recorded by the apostle Peter to be a “preacher” of righteousness, and as he was building the ark for around a hundred years, he no doubt would have been “preaching”, or teaching righteousness of all or most of that time.


All who will heed and listen, this message is for you, NOW to HEED, to turn your life around, begin to obey and believe God!

Covered-up body of a man shot dead in San Pedro Sula

The covered-up body of a young man who was shot dead lies at a crime scene in San Pedro Sula. Photograph: Jorge Cabrera/Reuters

No matter the time of day or night, morticians stand guard by the gate of the city morgue, waiting for the next body to be released so they can offer their services to grieving families. In the most violent city in the most violent country in the world, they never have to wait for long.

“Satan himself lives here in San Pedro,” says one nervous mortician who asks to be identified only as Lucas. “People here kill people like they’re nothing more than chickens.”

Last year, an average of 20 people were murdered every day inHonduras, a country of just 8 million inhabitants, according to the Violence Observatory at the National Autonomous University of Honduras (NAUH). That’s a murder rate of 85.5 per 100,000 residents, compared with 56 in Venezuela, 4.78 in the US and 1.2 in the UK.

In San Pedro Sula, the rate is 173, reportedly the highest in the world outside a war zone. The city is the country’s manufacturing and commercial hub. Dozens of maquiladoras – export assembly plants – churn out New Balance T-shirts and Fruit of the Loom boxer shorts for markets abroad. It should be a bustling place, but there is little movement on the streets and the air is tense. At newsstands, headlines cry out details of the previous day’s grisly crimes. Few cars have number plates; most have black-tinted windows.

The small number of police patrolling the streets breed more fear than security among residents, given the extreme levels of corruption within the national force that reportedly go all the way to the top.

Honduras is caught in a vortex of crime – drug trafficking, gang wars, political upheaval and fierce land disputes matched by equal doses of impunity and corruption.