The first image of this post was shared by a user of the Facebook Newsfeed, the social network’s trending topics.
This post was created in late November, the user wrote.
The image has since been shared over 1.3 million times.
It’s unclear why this post got shared in the first place, the person wrote.
But it’s not clear how much longer this image will stay up.
The Facebook News feed is the default page for people who have the social networking site.
The page also includes news from other news organizations and a list of recent posts, as well as images of people in public.
The posts are usually tagged with the person’s name and the date of the post.
This image is not the first time that the image has been shared, the article says.
A few weeks ago, a user shared this image.
In the image, a woman is standing with her hands in the air, and she is speaking in a low, soothing voice.
In the upper right corner of the image is a white circle.
It reads: “PRAY.
The image was originally shared on Twitter by a woman named Sarah L., who posted it with the hashtag #GodIsComing, according to a user who saw the tweet.
The person who posted the image also told BuzzFeed News that she did not know why it was shared, but that the message was there to warn people of the impending rapture.
Sarah L. posted the message to Twitter on Nov. 24, the first day that the story of the rapture was told in mainstream news media.
Sarah L. told BuzzFeed that she and her husband were worried about their safety when they saw the image.
She said she did NOT want to share it with anyone but her husband, but she did share it anyway because it was a warning of what could happen to her and her family if they did not believe God was watching over them.
Sarah said that she posted the tweet with the #GodisComing hashtag because she was concerned about her family’s safety and that she was worried about her safety as well.
“I am scared and I am terrified that something bad could happen, but I know that God is watching over us,” Sarah said.
“And I believe in His love, so if we are not safe, God is going to take care of us.”
Sarah L.’s husband is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
BuzzFeed News did not reach out to Sarah L for comment.
Sarah wrote the message about God’s coming wrath on the Earth.
“It was a message for me and my husband, a warning about what was to come.
If we do not believe in Him, we are going to be left alone,” Sarah wrote.
Sarah also shared this message on Facebook on Nov 22.
While the message is a warning for people to keep their faith in God, it’s unclear how long the image will remain up.
The Facebook News Feed has more than 8.5 million posts.
It was not immediately clear how many posts shared this story, but BuzzFeed News was able to confirm that this image was shared more than 3,000 times in the past three days.
A tweet sent to Sarah by Facebook said the image had been shared more recently, but we have not yet been able to verify this.
Sarah told BuzzFeed the message of the message she shared was “really comforting” and that the photo has been retweeted more than 1,000,000 time.
Sarah added that her husband and her daughter are worried about what might happen if they don’t believe in God.
“If they don`t believe in me, I`m scared, but if they do believe in my husband and daughter, I want them to be scared and to be prepared for what they will be going through,” Sarah L said.
Sarah’s husband and the couple’s daughter also have been warning their families about what’s coming if they keep their beliefs in check.
In a post on Facebook about the upcoming rapture, Sarah L wrote: “I have been praying that I can stay in the faith, but my husband has said that God has given me a chance to be with him as I prepare for this.
I have no idea how long this will last or how it will affect me.
I am praying for everyone to believe that I am with God.”
Sarah said her husband told her that “God was watching” as they prepare for the raptures, but Sarah L did not hear that she would need to keep her faith.
“My husband and I are not afraid of anything,” Sarah told Buzzfeed.
“We are not scared.
We just want to keep our faith in the Lord and know that we will be in His presence and He will always be there for us.”
A Facebook representative told BuzzFeed in a statement that the company does not comment on individual accounts.
“Our team shares content with news organizations on a regular basis, and we do regularly monitor the newsfeed