The choronavirus continues its so-called triumph.Today there is no cry for cheers of joy or crying of children on the streets. Shopping malls are extinct, all cafes and restaurants closed.
In Germany more than 2 people are not allowed to meet together. In Netherlands police fines people who sit on the lawn in the parks in the hot spring sun. US President Trump (according to CNN) intends to push for liberalization of these measures as trade between states is stalling.
Human movement is tracked through the mobile app drones.
Italy and Spain have high mortality rates compared to China and South Korea. Here and there different forecasts for the future are made. As for Italy, according to one well-known rabbi, the reason is that the sacred vessels of the Second Temple are in the Vatican’s basements.
It would end if the Pope would returned them.Certain Christians claim about Spain that many Jews were killed there during the Inquisition. It is possible.However, one of the famous ones said that with the beginning of Passover, the virus is over.
The Israeli Minister of Health claimed that the Messiah would reutrnduring Passover. Shephard’s chief rabbi said: “The first act of the War between Gog and the Magog is happening.”
The opinions of Scripture scholars are from oneside to the other!One thing is clear, whatever is happening in the world, we need to find an individual message in this clamor and noise: “God, how does this affect me? What am I supposed to do right now? ”
My word to you is: Don’t be afraid, what does it mean – be bold! The Hebrew word for bold – baTach means: radical, open, hope. A believer feels safe when his heart is clean and there is nothing hidden that satan (fear) could use.
Fear always leads to a dead end, courage seeks new challenges, new opportunities. Look at what opportunities you have missed, look at what you have done right! Let your tomorrow be better than your yesterday (Paul Armand)
He who is unjust, let him be unjust still; he who is filthy, let him be filthy still; he who is righteous, let him be righteous still; he who is holy, let him be holy still.” Rev 22:11
Pastor Paul Armand