Archive for April, 2020

The Big Picture of Covid 19: God or Satan?

Saturday, April 25th, 2020

It seems that there are two ways that churches are treating this pandemic, of whatever sort it is, which is hard to put in historical context. It seems like one of the bigger things that has ever come along. The first way is to treat it like it is of the devil, so that Satan […]

More Covid-19

Friday, April 17th, 2020

It has occurred to me that people have a stronger expectation for the Lord’s return, as least among those looking for the coming of our Lord. Why is that? Revelation is filled with plagues. The Covid-19 is called a plague. None of the plagues that I can see in Revelation are diseases. Death in chapter […]

It Might Not Seem Real

Friday, April 10th, 2020

When I was a child, I remember looking forward with amazement at what was before me. It didn’t seem real. I saw other people having arrived at those events of life, but I was just seeing them experience them. I’m not saying this should have been something I was anticipating, but the first one was […]

Scriptural Thinking Related to the Coronavirus

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

The coronavirus gives a multitude of scriptural thinking to consider. It reminds that life is short, like James 4:14 says that your life is a vapor. It shows that life is precarious so that we can’t control everything about our futures, which recalls the next verse, James 4:15, saying that if the Lord wills we […]