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The Coronavirus Global Pandemic... What's Next? - By Britt Gillette - https://www.raptureready.com/2020/03/22/the-coronavirus-global-pandemic-whats-next-by-britt-gillette/
In less than three months, COVID-19 (a.k.a. the coronavirus) has spread from Wuhan, China, to over a hundred countries and six continents. To stop the virus, Wuhan went into full lockdown mode on January 23. The drastic measure led to a drop in cases, but the city still remains under quarantine to this day. On March 9, the entire nation of Italy followed Wuhan's example. The government closed all businesses except grocery stores and pharmacies. Since then, France and Spain have announced similar measures. As mobs of panicked shoppers strip store shelves bare, and police and military personnel impose forced quarantines and border checkpoints, other nations around the world are expected to follow the same course of action. So, what's next? How will all this end? Is this how the world ends?
The World Will Survive This
These are difficult times, but the coronavirus pandemic doesn't herald the end of the world. In fact, the first chapter of my most recent book The End Times, presented a scenario just like the one we're facing now. Here's what I wrote about the multiplying threats to humanity:
"Consider just one of those modern-day threats - a global pandemic. Could a contagious disease kill a billion people? Yes. History is filled with stories of plagues that kill on a mass scale. The 14th Century Black Plague is probably the best-known example. But we've had others. For instance, one hundred years ago, the world struggled against a relentless enemy - H1N1, also known as "the Spanish Flu." Rising from the trenches of World War I, it spread to every corner of the globe in 1918 and 1919 - even remote Pacific islands... When the global pandemic finally came to an end, it had taken more lives than the Great War itself. H1N1 killed an estimated 50 to 100 million people - approximately 3% to 6% of the world's population. Today, if a disease killed 3% of the world population, it would leave 230 million people dead. That's almost the entire population of Indonesia - the fourth most populous nation in the world."
A global pandemic like the one we're experiencing now isn't unprecedented. It's terrible, but it's happened before. The world will survive, and the human race will survive. How can I be so sure? Because God says so. Through the Bible, God describes our future. He's told us what's coming. And the Bible says the world will NOT come to an end - ever. The earth is eternal (Psalm 78:69), and the human race will exist for all eternity (Psalm 23:6).
What will come to an end is this present age. The world as we know it will not go on forever. All the things we hate about this world - war, greed, lust, murder, jealousy, injustice, and evil - will all come to an abrupt end. A new age will begin. One of love, peace, justice, mercy, and kindness. An age where Jesus Christ physically reigns as King of the earth (Revelation 20:6).
Expect Trying Times
Until that day comes, the earth will experience great hardship. When this global pandemic ends, odds are you'll know someone who died from the coronavirus. Compounding the problem, the economic impact will be massive. Airlines have already canceled thousands of flights. The cruise ship industry is fighting for its life. Thousands of restaurants are closed. If things don't change soon, countless businesses will go bankrupt, and millions of people will lose their jobs. The economic pain will be severe. How long will it be until everything returns to normal? It could be months. It could be years. No one knows.
But you can be certain of one thing. If you know Jesus, you're equipped to handle it. Jesus said, "Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world" (John 16:33). Through Jesus, not only can you gain the strength to endure this pandemic (Philippians 4:13), but you can do the work of God (1 Corinthians 15:58) and transform the lives of those around you.
While authorities recommend social distancing to stop the pandemic, that doesn't mean you should sit around and do nothing. God hasn't given you a spirit of fear and timidity, but a spirit of power, love, and self-discipline (2 Timothy 1:7). You can take three bold steps now:
1) Pray - Pray to God. Never underestimate the power of prayer. When the Lord's people cry out to Him in their trouble, He delivers them from distress (Psalm 107:28). The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power (James 5:16). So be persistent in your prayers (Ephesians 6:18). Have faith, and you will receive what you ask for (Matthew 21:22). Pray for those nations hardest hit. Pray for all nations. Pray for good health and recovery for the sick. And most important, pray God uses this event to bring people to faith in Him.
2) Help Others - Find ways to help those around you. You obey the law of Christ when you share other's burdens (Galatians 6:2). When you give generously to others (Matthew 25:35) or take care of those in need (Luke 10:25-37), it's as if you've done those things to Jesus Himself. If you have an abundance of food or other supplies, look for opportunities to share with those in need (Hebrews 13:16). If you know someone who falls into a high-risk category (those who are elderly and/or with an underlying health condition), find a way to bring supplies to them so they don't have to go out in public and risk infection. Do the same for anyone else who lacks transportation or can't get around easily because of a disability.
While you're doing these things, take every precaution you can to avoid infection. Use the proper personal protective equipment (N-95 mask, goggles, gloves, etc.). Otherwise, you risk spreading the virus to those you're most trying to help. And that leads us to another important step you can take.
3) Self-Isolate - Self-isolate as much as possible. Even if you're young and healthy, and you think the coronavirus won't harm you, stay away from crowds. The best thing you can do for your community and those around you is avoid infection. If you're not infected, you can't infect someone else. We all have a role to play in slowing the spread of this virus. If it spreads too fast, our hospitals will be overwhelmed. We won't have the resources to take care of the sick, and people will die unnecessarily. So if you can, stay home. If you have no reason to go out in public, don't. If you can work from home, do it. Slowing the spread of the coronavirus will save countless lives.
While governments around the world issue orders "to shelter in place," you should take shelter as well. Turn to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Take refuge in Him alone. Psalm 91 says trust in the Lord your God, and He will "rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease" (Psalm 91:1-3). Make the Lord your refuge, and "no evil will conquer you; no plague will come near your home" (Psalm 91:9-10).
These are difficult times. Many are fearful. But you don't have to be. Trust in God. Make Him your refuge. He will see you through this time. Fix your eyes on Him alone, and don't lose sight of our blessed hope (Titus 2:13).
When asked to describe the signs of His coming, Jesus cited pandemics just like the one we're experiencing now as a major sign (Luke 21:11). The other signs He said to look for are all around us. The Jewish people are back in the land of Israel (Jeremiah 23:7-8)... The Jewish people are once again in possession of Jerusalem (Luke 21:24-28)... And the Gospel is being preached to the ends of the earth (Matthew 24:14)... This means Jesus is coming soon! So take comfort in this time of distress, knowing the rapture of the church is near.
Impossible - By Daymond Duck -
I wrote this article because I expected to be away from my computer and unable to keep up with current events for a few days.
The coronavirus changed that.
I understand this article is longer than usual.
Most of it is setting the stage for the way it ends.
The book of Romans begins, "Paul, a servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle, separated unto the gospel of God, 2 (Which he had promised afore by his prophets in the holy scriptures,) 3 Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, which was made of the seed of David according to the flesh; 4 And declared to be the Son of God with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead" (Rom. 1:1-4).
Notice that Paul said Jesus and the gospel of God were promised by the prophets in the holy Scriptures.
The first coming of Jesus, His death, burial and resurrection are not things that the early church or anyone else made up.
They are things that God promised to do and that God had the prophets write in the holy Scriptures before they happened (Rom. 1:2).
Some verses of Scripture actually teach that God planned the first coming, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus before He created this world (I Pet. 1:20; Rev. 13:8).
The written prophecies begin in the Garden of Eden with God's promise that the Seed of woman (a miraculous virgin birth) would bruise Satan's head (Gen. 3:15), and they continue all the way through the Old Testament to the end of the Book of Malachi.
As an expert in the holy Scriptures, Paul would have been aware of most or all of the recorded prophecies.
He focused his attention on what some prophets said about Jesus.
Concerning His (God's) Son Jesus Christ our Lord, the prophets said He was made a descendant of King David according to the flesh (Rom. 1:3).
We can read in the Holy Scriptures that two prophets (Samuel and Jeremiah) said that the Messiah will be a fleshly descendent of King David and He will sit on the throne of David forever (II Sam. 7:12-13; Jer. 33:17).
Put another way: The prophets wrote in the holy Scriptures that the Messiah would come as a human being in the line of King David.
This is the humanity of Jesus, the virgin birth of Jesus, how God made it possible for Jesus to die.
There was a time when Jesus couldn't die (He couldn't die until He took on a body of flesh).
Since He has been raised from the dead, He will never die again.
There will be a time when we can't die (After we are raised from the dead, we will never die again).
But we don't get our new eternal bodies when we die (We will get them on that great resurrection day).
The prophets said God's Son Jesus Christ our Lord would come in the flesh as a descendant of King David.
To be clear: God didn't have to select two descendants of King David to be the earthly parents of the Messiah.
But God inspired Samuel and Jeremiah to prophesy that the Messiah would be a descendent of King David, and God had that written in the Holy Scriptures for people to have a record of it before it happened, so God needed to pick two descendants of King David (He picked Joseph and Mary) to be the earthly parents of Jesus to fulfill what Samuel and Jeremiah wrote.
God also recorded the genealogy of Joseph in the Book of Matthew and the genealogy of Mary in the Book of Luke to verify that Jesus is a descendant of King David according to the flesh.
Let's take this a step further.
The prophet Moses wrote that Shiloh (the Messiah) would come from the tribe of Judah (Gen. 49:10).
There were 12 tribes of Israel that God could have picked a couple from to be the parents of Jesus.
But the people that God picked (Joseph and Mary) were from the tribe of Judah.
God picked them to fulfill what is written in the Holy Scriptures.
There is more.
God's Son Jesus Christ our Lord was born in the flesh as a descendant of King David.
But He was declared to be the Son of God with power according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead (Rom. 1:4).
"Declared" means appointed or identified.
Jesus was identified as the Son of God with a powerful sign.
The Holy Spirit raised Jesus from the dead.
That didn't happen to a lot of people, so there should be no question about Jesus being the Son of God.
I want to expand on this.
Jesus is God, the Creator; He always existed, but Jesus didn't become a descendant of King David until the virgin birth.
This earth was about 3,000 years old before King David was born.
During those 3,000 years, Jesus was God, but Jesus was not a descendant of King David.
Jesus was not even a descendant of King David during the life of King David.
King David was dead almost 1,000 years before Jesus became a descendant of King David.
Jesus became a descendant of King David according to the flesh when He was born of Mary in that stable.
Jesus didn't lose His position as God when He was born in the flesh.
Jesus just added or took on the position of a human being.
The Son of God became both God and Man; divine and human; the God-Man; the Messiah; God's Son Jesus Christ our Lord when He was born in a stable.
King David is famous for prophesying several things about the death of Jesus in the 22nd Psalm.
He even prophesied that Jesus would be crucified before crucifixion was invented.
When the Church began on the Day of Pentecost, Peter said it was impossible for death to hold Jesus (Acts 2:24).
Peter preached that the prophet King David foresaw Jesus and said that God would not let His Holy One suffer corruption (Acts 2:25-27; Psa. 16).
"Men and brethren, let me freely speak unto you of the patriarch David, that he is both dead and buried, and his sepulchre is with us unto this day. Therefore being a prophet, and knowing that God had sworn with an oath to him, that of the fruit of his loins, according to the flesh, he would raise up Christ to sit on his throne; He seeing this before spake of the resurrection of Christ, that his soul was not left in hell, neither his flesh did see corruption. This Jesus hath God raised up, whereof we all are witnesses" (Acts 2:29-32).
The Holy Spirit's resurrection of Jesus from the dead was God's declaration that Jesus is the Son of God.
Since God swore that Jesus would be raised from the dead and sit on David's throne and had it written in the Holy Scriptures, it was impossible for that not to happen.
If it didn't happen, God lied, all prophecy in the Scriptures isn't true, or whatever.
But it is not possible for God to lie and the prophecies to be wrong.
Peter and many others witnessed the death and resurrection of Jesus.
But what about Jesus sitting on the throne of David?
Jesus had to be raised from the dead if He is ever going to sit on the throne of David.
Where was the throne of David?
It was on earth in Jerusalem.
And since Jesus hasn't yet sat on the throne of David on earth in Jerusalem, it is impossible for that not to happen in the future.
Jesus will come back and reign as King of kings and Lord of lords in Jerusalem.
In closing: It is impossible for Israel not to get the Promised Land (Gen. 17:7-8), impossible for Israel not to get Jerusalem, impossible for the Rapture not to happen (I Thess. 4:13-18), impossible for there not to be a Tribulation Period (Dan. 9:27), impossible for there not to be a global economic collapse during the Tribulation Period (Rev. 6:5-6), impossible for there not to be a devastating global pandemic during the Tribulation Period (Rev. 6:7-8), impossible for every jot and tittle of all of the prophecies written in the Holy Scriptures not to be fulfilled.
It is also impossible to go to heaven, if one doesn't truly accept Jesus (Jn. 14:6).
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A Time Of Testing For The Church - By Tony Perkins/Family Research Council - https://www.prophecynewswatch.com/article.cfm?recent_news_id=3921
When the coronavirus hit Alabama, there was one thing Pastor Chris Hodges's church had that a lot of doctors' offices didn't: a big parking lot.
For the last few days, that asphalt has been a saving grace to the people of Birmingham. By the thousands, they've come to Church of the Highlands -- which has just transformed into one of the largest testing sites in the city. And Church of the Highlands couldn't be happier.
"It was something else," Associate Pastor Dino Rizzo told me, shaking his head. "You remember some of the lines we experienced during Katrina," he asked? I do, vividly. When Pastor Rizzo was based in Baton Rouge, we were part of a massive relief effort that passed out food, gas, and ice.
This week, he said on "Washington Watch," was just like that. Only instead of handing out supplies, they were handling tests. All because their church was willing to share its space and wi-fi.
The city's health officials were able to test 400 people on Tuesday alone. But the benefit of this happening at his church, Dino told me, is that people are getting a whole lot more than their physical needs met.
"One of the cool things we did was we were able to put up a radio signal that people could tune in while they're sitting in line... They could tune in and listen to the instructions for what the testing was going to be like. And then also instructions about things that we're offering at the church for their family and then to pray with them."
The church set up a number that people could text if they needed prayer. "I want to say of the 400... we had 325 text for prayer. People are hungry. People are open. People are ready to get prayed for. They need the gospel."
It's time, Dino urged, "for the church to be the church. I think the combination of meeting the need and helping people with their fear.
The partnership with the medical community and being the church -- like you said, our core mission -- giving people Jesus. And there are a lot of ways churches are doing it. So I'm proud of the body of Christ. You and I saw it at Katrina. We saw some of the best of the church. And I think we're going to see it again."
Of course, it all starts with looking outward instead of inward. When these disasters happen, there's a tendency to hunker down and compare what we have or don't have, as opposed and what we can give and what we can do for others.
Dino says he's been in conversations with a lot of local pastors, urging them to think creatively. Sure, there are the traditional things that come with being in the pulpit -- sermons and Sunday services. But, he argues, "Most of us didn't get in ministry just for that -- or didn't come to Christ just for that.
It's in how we care for people. It's in how we pray. It's how we check on people. It's how we notice the needs of others. You know, it's not in the big things. It's in the small things. And I think just starting with what you have. Just start somewhere."
We're not talking about major undertakings here. As Dino said, just check on your neighbor or call an elderly person on the phone. "Partner with the school. Connect with someone who's vulnerable. Look for the small and simple ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus." There are plenty.
Postpone Passover this Year? High Court Considers Unprecedented Corona Request - By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz -
Teach us to count our days rightly, that we may obtain a wise heart. Psalms 90:12 (The Israel Bible™)
A Jewish man from the Shomron petitioned the Israeli High Court, requesting they declare this year to be a leap year, which would add an additional month, effectively delaying the Holiday of Passover.
Yedidia Ephraim Meshulami, a resident of Itamar in the Shomron (Samaria) petitioned the Israeli High Court, requesting that they issue an emergency injunction, ordering the Chief Rabbinate to explain why they do not declare this year, 5780, to be a leap year.
The Hebrew calendar is based on having seven leap years in every cycle of 19 years falling in the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th, 17th, and 19th years. In a leap year, an additional month of Adar, referred to as Adar Bet, is added. The next leap year will be in 5782, year number six of the current cycle. According to halacha (Torah law), another month of Adar can be added until the 29th of Adar which falls next Wednesday.
"First, it appears there's no need to explain the severity of the situation in our country regarding individual freedom as well as public stability on issues of health, the economy, society, the courts, government and on and on - all of them as a direct result of only the coronavirus epidemic.
"It can be argued emphatically that in this situation which involves a crucial influence on the way of life in Israel in every area - it appears that 'Ibbur hashana,' the extension by one month of the Hebrew year, which would mean pushing off the holidays in the month of Nissan (namely Pesach/Passover), would constitute 'first aid' for the Israeli society.
"It should be noted that the Holiday of Matzos (especially) has far reaching meanings for the Israeli public, as a whole and as individuals concurrently, both as the result of the Jewish customs as well as of the law forbidding chometz (leavened food products) - which may be damaged irreparably as a result of the current situation.
"It is abundantly clear that the necessary preparations for the arrival of the holiday are significant for many citizens who follow Jewish customs (some more than others), as well as for all the state institutions which are obligated to rule on this matter."
The court will also present the petition to the Knesset as well as the Chief Rabbinate.
Meshulami based his petition on the Talmud (Sanhedrin 11-12) and on Maimonides, a medieval Torah authority known by the acronym the Rambam. The sources both state that leap years can be performed in Israel even in our time when necessary if certain conditions exist.
The wheat stalks must be standing upright and ready for the harvesting of the Omer.
The fruits must be mature enough for the pilgrimage of Shavuot.
It must be past the equinox - so that Passover takes place in spring, and Sukkot in autumn.
The halachic sources note that the decision must be made by the Sanhedrin. Meshulami maintains that the present situation warrants taking such a step. He emphasized that it was not his decision to make and he was merely raising the issue with the powers-that-be.
"The considerations involved in declaring a leap year were always more involved than exclusively astronomical factors," Meshulami told Breaking Israel News. "As well as observing the solar and lunar calendars, the Sanhedrin took into account the needs of the public. It seems clear that the public is in dire straits this year due to the coronavirus and delaying Passover by one month would help enormously."
"Cleaning for Passover, normally quite intensive, will be impossible for people who are trapped in their houses. In addition, a major aspect of the holiday is the coming together of families and loved ones. Unless the holiday is put off for one month, this will not happen."
The Jewish Press reported on Meshlami's petition, noting that it is not without consequences.
"There are countless unintended consequences to the proposed action," The Jewish Press stated. "Not the least of which being that we'd have to celebrate Purim again, seeing as Purim falls on Adar II. Much worse than that would be making the seder night fall in May, Shavuot in late June, and Rosh Hashanah in mid-October, followed by Sukkot in November."
Daily Jot: Your prophetic destiny in a time such as this - Bill Wilson - www.dailyjot.com
Friday, Chris and I went on a grocery run. We pulled up to the Common Market to a line of about a dozen people waiting outside. The clerk explained that there were too many people inside and that he was limiting who could go in and go out. Chris and I decided to move on to another store. But I told those in line, "Not to worry. We are in it together. We can do this. We can get through it." Many in the line responded with "Yes," "That's right," "Yes we can," and other agreements. The one lady in the back of the line, just rolled her eyes at us and half-smiled. Yes, these are dark days. And there will be more dark days ahead, but be encouraged. Recall who you are. Set your sights on your purpose for these times.
1 Peter 2:9 says, "You are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people; that you should show forth the praises of him who has called you out of darkness into his marvelous light." You are a chosen generation. Yes, you. No other generation has been through exactly what we are going through right now. You have been chosen to go through this. So many people have asked me why God is allowing this to happen. I sense that we often do no know the "why," but we do know the "what." In this case, and in any crisis, the "what" is our response; how we show our faith with action. You are the generation that has been chosen for a time such as this.
You are a royal priesthood, a holy nation. Yes, you and I are a priesthood, a holy nation. We are citizens of whatever country in which we were born. But as a Christ follower, we are also a priesthood of the Lord of Lords and King of Kings. We are the ambassadors of the Most High. And we are not alone. There are many of us. In fact, an entire holy nation. We can make a difference by the prayers we pray, the example we set, and the deeds we do. Remember, we are not given a spirit of fear but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. It's not just your pastor, or priest, or bishop or elder who is placed in this position of authority. You are. What is your good service in this high position? How is your representation?
You are to show forth the praises of him who has called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. The world is in darkness right now. People are looking for answers. They are looking for hope. As Christ said in the Sermon on the Mount, you are the light of the world, the salt of the earth. Be encouraged in Christ, that you may encourage others. Do not fear, that you might inspire courage in others. Walk in love, that you might hearten the loveless. Be of a sound mind that you say and do the wiser thing so as to not bring dishonor to your Lord and Savior. You have a prophetic destiny in a time such as this. It is your time to shine the light of Christ into a dark and dying world. Do so circumspectly and with joy!
Daily Devotion: The Secret to a Worry-Free Life - by Greg Laurie - www.harvest.org
Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need. -Matthew 6:33
There are many things you can seek to live for in life. You can live for a lot of things. You can live for your physical appearance. You can live for a successful career. You can live for pleasure. But here is what Jesus said: "Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need" (Matthew 6:33 NLT).
With those words, Jesus gave us the secret to living a worry-free life: Instead of worry, put God and His will first in your life. Among a number of options, put God in the number one position.
Let's take your career for example. Is your career choice, your line of work, really for God's glory? Are you seeking Him first in what you're doing?
You might say, "Greg, you're a pastor. It's easy for you to seek God first. I work in the real world with real people."
I understand. But here is what your goal should be: to honor God in everything you do. Here is what you need to ask yourself: "As I'm doing this thing, what is my goal?" If your goal is just to make money no matter what it takes, you have the wrong goal. Your goal should be to honor God, give honest work, and have personal integrity and a good testimony in the workplace.
When the day is done, you want to have a good name and a good reputation. Proverbs 22:1 says, "Choose a good reputation over great riches; being held in high esteem is better than silver or gold" (NLT).
Seek first the kingdom of God. If you want a life free of worry, anxiety, and fear, then put God's kingdom before everything else. Seek Him first, and He will take care of you.
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