End Times Explained

I’ve been pretty much convinced that this Corona Virus is not as bad as publicized. I’ve been concerned at the curtailing of life activities. I happened to mention it to a foot Dr. in my little town and the Dr. got upset. “This virus is aggressive!”

So I stopped talking, because I didn’t think he would hear me.

I’ve been noticing a push for trusting in science all over the media. And that we’re supposed to wait for 12 months or more for a vaccine. Just 12 months or maybe 18 months housebound. What is that? Such a tiny amount of time-who are they trying to kid? Suicides are higher than ever. Then the threat that there will be a stronger or different variation of the Corona Virus. Fear, intimidation, treating people like sheep. I hope you’ll watch this video.

I saw a post on Facebook from a YouTube sermon on April 19, 2020 by Pastor Danny Jones: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=biblical+sermon+explains+lots

called “Biblical Sermon Explains Lots”.

Jesus said, “Come unto Me, all who are weary and I will give you rest.”

Not from suicide, that is a lie from the pit of hell. He gives you rest because He is the author of peace even in the midst of chaos.

God bless you, my friends!

5 responses

  1. No, I can’t agree there. The elderly and people with poor health are dying of it. We need to consider their well being too, and consider how we can help our fellow human beings. It seems to me to be a cop out to do nothing ourselves, when we can do something. I respect people’ right to their particular type of faith, but human beings can do positively caring things as well.

    • You’re right, we have to do our part. My husband was ready to open church early in June, but the man in authority over our denomination and his wife caught the Corona Virus and he said it’s very painful. They are elderly and thankfully, they both recovered. He suggested the churches not be in a big hurry to open until all the safeguards are in place. We are buying non-touch sanitizing liquid dispensers and the liquid, but there’s a delay before the items arrive. So, we’ll wait and carefully see others in the small numbers allowed by our state with the social distancing, etc., in place.
      Thanks for your comment. I hope this finds you well.

      • Thank you. Yes I am well, and all my family. The 21 people who have died in New Zealand from Covid19 were all over 60, most of them over seventy, all with pre existing medical problems. We have had almost no new cases for the last 14 days, and most of us have been careful to observe the advised precautions. So they do work.

  2. I am not living in FEAR- but I am adhering to the current guidelines. Same as I used car seats for my kids, and wear a seat belt in my car and helmet on my motorcycle. I trust Gods plan- but I do not live foolish in order to test Him.
    I have not hugged my family since March 16th- and only saw my youngest, once since this whole lock down. My concern is for spreading it to others. My husband is older than me- and I am the one that goes to grocery stores. So I take the precautions seriously.
    The Taylor Nursing home deaths are due to an employee that was contagious. She went to the party at the fire hall- then to work. THAT was the very begining of cases in Steuben.
    I sure wouldn’t want to be her. She must feel awful- even though she didn’t know she was carrying the virus.
    There are also people who get tested due to having symptoms- and then they run to the stores after testing. THEN they find out they are carriers. 😦 They intentionally are breaking the rules- and causing others to become carriers.

    • I understand where you are coming from. If I was tested because I had symptoms, I would hope I’d not run to the store. There’s something about this disease that causes people to panic, I’ve noticed. When I went to the grocery store and saw empty shelves for the first time in my life-yes, I’ve been spoiled living in America, it made me want to buy extras of things I didn’t need yet.
      I tell myself when entering the grocery store, I will not react to the atmosphere I sense and start grabbing things off the shelf, as if no other trucks will show up with replacements. We actually have toilet paper in small amounts on the shelves now!
      My mom used to say, “This too shall pass.”
      Thanks for responding to this blog.

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