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    God’s Providence in the Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic is effecting everyone on earth. Almost no place or people has been untouched. And, much false information has been given on social media platforms and other places concerning God’s providence and how He is working during this time in history. The information is, for the most part, well-meant, but it is dangerously misleading. The most common error perpetrated on the public is that God won’t allow Christians to become infected with the virus, or if they are they won’t die. This not part of God’s providence. And, it violates at least two of His rules. First, we must know exactly what God’s providence is and how He…

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    Witnessing During the Pandemic

    Christ tells us to go forth into all the world and witness to everyone. But that’s not easy to do now since the world is in a semi-lock down state. Some places are worse than others, and some people are in more danger from COVID-19 than other people. People with type A blood seem to have a greater chance of contracting the virus than other people. Elderly persons and those with pre-existing conditions such as damaged lungs from smoking are in danger of dying from the virus. Persons with type O blood are less likely to contract the coronavirus. And, the best defense against the virus is to stay home…

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    The World’s Most Important Three Days and Nights

    Resurrection Sonday, or Easter, is the most important Christian holiday. It’s more important than Christmas, though that holiday gets all the attention due to the commercialism business has placed on it. However, Christ being born didn’t save us, but His work during those three days and nights of Easter did provide the means of our redemption if we choose to accept it. A lot of controversy has arisen over the centuries about those three days. It mostly comes from people who don’t understand the dynamics of those days, or who are deliberately trying to find a way to discredit Christ’s work on the cross. Much of the problem is that…

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    Staying Safe

    CORRECTION: Before I start this week, I need to make a correction as to the date the King James Bible was released. It was released in 1611, not in the 1400s as I incorrectly stated last week. Don’t ask me why I wrote that because I don’t know. I know better! A thank you to the readers who brought this to my attention. This week I’d like to encourage everyone to stay home on Sundays and not attend church. Attendance in church is important because worshiping and praying with others is important, but it’s not as important as staying safe. The CDC said wearing masks in public wouldn’t keep you…