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Speeded Up! - By Daymond Duck -
One, because of the Coronavirus, the church I attend cancelled its regular worship services and started meeting in homes with no more than 10 people per home.
Some say this has never happened before, but is that right (maybe yes, maybe no)?
After Israel spent more than 400 years in Egypt (many as slaves), God raised up Moses to tell Pharaoh to "Let my people go," but Pharaoh refused.
God sent 10 plagues, and the last plague is often called the "death angel."
God told the Jews to sprinkle the blood of an unblemished lamb on the upper and side door posts of their houses, go inside, stay until the death angel passed, and be prepared to leave on a moment's notice.
God said the firstborn children of those that obeyed God would be spared, but the firstborn children of those that did not obey God would die.
Many Jews spent the first Passover in their homes out of obedience to God because He said the death angel would pass over their house, if He saw the blood.
Following that incredible event, the Jews left their houses and embarked on a trip to the Promised Land.
Most lapsed into unbelief, and only two made it.
Church members that are worshipping in homes today need to be ready to go to the Promised Land on a moment's notice.
I pray that I am wrong, but I am concerned that some will go back to Church for one or two Sundays when the Coronavirus is over (like what happened after 9/11), quickly become lukewarm and not be ready when the trumpet sounds.
Two, a reader in Australia reminded me that the beasts of the earth will kill multitudes during the Tribulation Period (Rev. 6:8).
He wondered if this could refer to something like the Chinese people eating animals (cats, dogs, bats, etc.; possible sources of the Coronavirus) purchased at the so-called Wet Markets.
We only know that beasts will cause the death of people in the Tribulation Period.
Three, another reader from Australia wrote that some of the parking meters in Melbourne and Sydney will no longer accept coins, notes or credit cards.
People that park there are instructed to download an app, transfer funds to an account and pay with their cell phone (the parking meters are cashless).
Four, Shiite Muslims want the Tribulation Period to happen because they believe it will speed up the appearance of the Muslim Mahdi and hasten the establishment of a one-world Islamic government and Islamic religion.
On Mar. 17, 2020, it was reported that a high-ranking Iranian official said the Coronavirus crisis is a prelude to the emergence of the Mahdi, and he urged the Iranian people to actively spread the Coronavirus because it will accelerate the Mahdi's appearance (for God's view on this, read Amos 5:18-20).
Five, several people have told me they are concerned that a vaccine for the Coronavirus will be developed and people will be required to be vaccinated before they can return to their usual lifestyle. (I am not advising anyone what to do, but if a vaccine is developed with a tracking device in it, at this point I am not inclined to let anyone vaccinate me.
On Mar. 19, 2020, it was reported that Big Pharma and Microsoft are working together on a way to put implantable chips in vaccinations.
Video: "Anybody Know Who This Man Is?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0tSbtUg1e0&feature=youtube
On Mar. 16, 2020, it was reported that Denmark has passed a law that gives the government power for one year to fine and/or jail citizens and deny them the right to "enter shops, grocery stores, public institutions and hospitals while also being restricted from using public transport."
Six, I want to share something (not recommend) for those that might want to know.
A reader sent two links to me that purportedly show a way to heal the Coronavirus with heat, but both videos have been removed from the Internet over concern that people will harm themselves.
Know that Dr. Fauci, advisor to Pres. Trump, has suggested that the Coronavirus does better in colder weather than it does in hot, humid weather (and Pres. Trump has said it too).
Coronavirus could become seasonal: top US scientist
Know also that Dr. John Nicholls, one of the world's foremost experts on viruses, believes sunlight, temperature and humidity are key factors in the demise of the virus.
Coronavirus expert says he knows when the virus 'will burn itself out,' according to leaked analysis
As I remember, one of the videos suggested sitting in a sauna for about an hour, waiting 3 hours and repeating it.
Those that don't have access to a sauna can use a hair dryer (low heat, at least 18 inches from the face; 5 minutes at a time) and a sprinkle of water (use a sprinkle bottle) on the face for humidity (for one hour at a time if possible and repeat).
I want to emphasize that I am not recommending this, each person is responsible for their decision, it should be a last resort decision, and I have no proof that it will work.
By the way, I believe the quickest and surest way to get rid of the Coronavirus in the U.S. would be to tear up Pres. Trump's peace proposal to divide Israel, and the quickest and surest way to get rid of it in the world would be for the UN Security Council to abandon the Two-State solution (II Chron. 7:13-14 would also help).
Seven, remember what James, the half brother of Jesus said: "Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners; and purify your hearts, ye double minded" (James 4:8).
People all over the world are being told to wash their hands, but people also need to purify their hearts (repent and get saved).
Eight, remember that borders started with God, and He may be using the Coronavirus to show world leaders that closed borders can be a good thing before world leaders throw open their borders for the satanic one-world government of the Antichrist.
Nine, there will be hyper-inflation and a global economic collapse during the Tribulation Period (Rev. 6:5-6).
If millions of citizens are required to stay in their houses for several months, it is difficult for me to see how that wouldn't create hyper-inflation and a global economic collapse.
Ten, starting about the middle of the Tribulation Period, the False Prophet will force people to worship the statue of the Antichrist and take the Mark of the Beast (Rev. 13:12-18).
If millions of citizens go without jobs for several months, many will gladly worship the statue and take the Mark for the right to buy and sell.
Eleven, one reader asked if God could be closing churches because they have compromised the Scriptures (ok with LGBTQ; ok with abortion; ok with gay pastors; against Israel; against preaching Bible prophecy; against preaching Old Testament; against literal Second Coming and Millennium; etc.).
I do marvel at our amazing God's patience with what some are preaching (lack of sound doctrine; departure from the faith; but the Gates of Hell will not prevail against the Church).
Finally, the Tribulation Period hasn't started, and it can't start as long as the Church is here.
Also, Ten Kings (Ten Horns; Ten regional globalist leaders) have to appear before the Antichrist (Eleventh Horn; Little Horn) appears, and that could start shaping up soon.
Only God knows, but as far as I am concerned, we are getting warnings or foreshadows of things to come and the birth pains have speeded up.
Salvation by grace through faith in Jesus should be an urgent matter for those that haven't accepted Jesus and repentance should be an urgent matter for those that have.
Prophecy Plus Ministries, Inc.
Daymond & Rachel Duck
Why Did God Allow the Coronavirus?: Biblical Answers to Your Coronavirus Faith Questions - Jim Denison -
Pop star Justin Bieber invited his 130 million Instagram followers to his church's online broadcast. Churches are using drive-in theaters as a way to offer worship services in time for Easter.
And a public art nonprofit in Georgia is delivering yard signs that read, "EVERYTHING WILL BE OK." Profits will be used to support local artists and art teachers.
A reassuring yard sign in Dunwoody, GA
Via Davey Sherwinter with Create Dunwoody.
The pandemic has been dominating our world long enough for certain faith questions to become common. Let's take time this morning to address them from the word of God.
Is this the end of the world?
"In around 2020, a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread throughout the globe, attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments." This is a prediction made in 2008 by a woman named Sylvia Browne in her book End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies About the End of the World.
Her prediction faded from public memory and she died in 2013. But the coronavirus pandemic has brought her book new attention; it shot up to No. 2 on Amazon's nonfiction chart and was selling for hundreds of dollars.
Is this the end of the world?
Revelation 6 describes the "four horsemen of the apocalypse," the fourth of which was "given authority over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword and with famine and with pestilenceand by wild beasts of the earth" (v. 8, italics added). Jesus spoke of a day when "there will be great earthquakes, and in various places famines and pestilences" (Luke 21:11, italics added).
But he also stated, "You do not know on what day your Lord is coming" (Matthew 24:42). In fact, he will come "at an hour you do not expect" (v. 44).
In other words, if this were the end of the world, it would already be the end of the world. And as horrific as coronavirus is, historians have been reminding us that humans have faced similar but far worse pandemics in the past.
Is this the judgment of God?
Let's ask a related question: If the coronavirus pandemic is not the end of the world, is it nonetheless the judgment of God on the world?
The Lord clearly uses nature to bring judgment against sin. Remember the "sulfur and fire" that rained down on Sodom and Gomorrah (Genesis 19:24) and the plagues God sent in response to Pharaoh's refusal to free his people.
But biblical judgments are preceded by prophetic warnings, as with Moses before Pharaoh and the prophets before the Assyrian and Babylonian exiles. And they are sent in response to specific sins, as with Pharaoh's pride and the idolatry of the Jewish people. I am not aware of any prophetic warnings before the coronavirus pandemic started in China or particular sins that produced it. (For more, see my white paper, Where Is God When Pandemics Strike? A biblical and practical response.)
Why did God allow the pandemic?
If the pandemic is not God's specific judgment, why did he allow it?
Scripture teaches that our world is fallen as a result of human sin (Genesis 3:16-19; Romans 8:22). Diseases and disasters are natural consequences of this Fall. If God miraculously prevented coronavirus, he would have to counteract every consequence of the Fall. But if there are no consequences to human freedom, God is not just and we are not truly free.
God does, however, sometimes intervene miraculously in our fallen world. Jesus saved Peter on the stormy Sea of Galilee (Matthew 14:31). He healed lepers and raised the dead. He taught us to pray for what we need in faith that our Father hears us and does what is best (cf. Matthew 7:7-11).
While I do not know why God allows all that he does, I am convinced that he redeems all he allows. We can ask him for such redemption, knowing that he suffers with us (Isaiah 43:2) and loves us unconditionally (John 17:23).
What do I do with my doubts?
Tragedies such as the coronavirus pandemic cause many of us to struggle on some level spiritually. When God doesn't answer our prayers as we want him to, as with the Apostle Paul's "thorn in the flesh," it's natural to be frustrated (2 Corinthians 12:8). Even Jesus cried from the cross, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" (Matthew 27:46).
In days when our faith seems weak, we can ask God to help us. For example, we can say to our Father what a struggling father said to his Son: "I believe; help my unbelief!" (Mark 9:24). We can ask God for the faith to have faith. (For more, see my sermon from last Sunday, "Dealing with doubts: Coronavirus and my favorite prayer in Scripture.")
What do I do now?
Jesus knows what it is to feel temptation (Hebrews 4:15), weariness (John 4:6), thirst (John 19:28), rejection (Matthew 27:22), and horrific pain (Matthew 27:26). What's more, he not only empathizes with us but has the ability to heal us (Matthew 4:23), forgive us (Luke 23:34), and sustain us with his enduring presence (Matthew 28:20).
As a result, here's the most relevant coronavirus faith question I can ask: Will you bring your questions and struggles to Jesus?
His invitation is clear and life-changing: "Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need" (Hebrews 4:16).
How close are you to the "throne of grace" today?
Dangerous Trend: Media Blaming Evangelicals For Spreading COVID-19 - By PNW Staff -
This is not the first time something like this has happened. A national tragedy occurs, and Christians get scapegoated.
The ancient pagans of Rome, as their society fell apart, blamed Christians. Remember Nero blaming the Christians for the burning of Rome?
Several media organizations are now focusing on how several large megachurches around the country continue to meet, especially in New Orleans where the virus is now considered a "hot spot".
With President Donald Trump announcing on Sunday that his administration was extending the social distancing guidelines for the entire month of April watch for the focus on churches to continue to get increased scrutiny in the press.
New York City (another hot spot) Mayor Bill de Blasio has already warned pastors to shut down their houses of worship - or else. The mayor said the police department, fire department and building inspectors "will force congregations to disperse if they are found holding worship services this week.
Any congregation that refuses to comply with the mayor's order, could face fines or have their buildings permanently closed.
Such orders are reinforcing the public consciousness that Christians are in part to blame for the rapid spread by refusing to stop meeting at church.
The death toll is expected to continue to rise greatly this week in New York, New Orleans and other major metro areas (with the peak death toll still not expected to take place for another two weeks) .
As emotions begin to run high, don't be surprised if other localities begin to issue such orders as NY has done in regards to church closures, which in turn will spread the mindset that if you need someone to blame other than the politicians, those Bible believing Christians are next in line.
The media has often associated Evangelicals with support for Trump and now some are taking direct fire at that association in spreading the blame.
The New York times ran a disturbing piece last week with the title:
'The Road to Coronavirus Hell Was Paved by Evangelicals'
Subtitled,"Trump's response to the pandemic has been haunted by the science denialism of his ultraconservative religious allies."
According to Katherine Stewart, the author of the article, "Donald Trump rose to power with the determined assistance of a movement that denies science, bashes government and prioritized loyalty over professional expertise. In the current crisis, we are all reaping what that movement has sown."
Other articles in the media have already sowed the seeds of such divisiveness when the White House previously released a picture of the vice president praying with the coronavirus task force in his West Wing office.
After the taskforce prayer photo began circulating on social media, it didn't take long for some on the political left to mock the prayer or take offense to it.
Hemant Mehta, who writes for Patheos.com's "Friendly Atheist" blog, wrote that "it's not a joke when people say these Republicans are trying to stop a virus with prayer."
"What else did anyone expect?" Mehta asked. "Science? Reason? Something sensible? Of course not. If this virus truly becomes a pandemic, we're at the mercy of people delusional enough to think their pleas to God will fix the problem. The same God who presumably created the virus, at least in their minds, will somehow make sure it hurts only a handful of Americans ... and a ton of Chinese people."
Dr. Angela Rassmussen, a virologist at Columbia University, also criticized the prayer.
"I have yet to attend a scientific meeting that begins in prayer," she wrote.
Calm Amidst the Storm - By Jonathan Brentner -
If you are like me, you are sick of hearing about COVID-19. I think that's why I have delayed for so long in writing a post about it. I do not have new information to share about what to expect, and I hear the same conflicting information as you do.
I thought perhaps the panic buying would have already ended by now, but having recently come from the grocery store, I know such is not the case.
As believers, we have a place of calmness away from the frenzy of the stores, the angst we feel from reading posts and comments on social media, and the inner turmoil we feel each time we hear the latest political and health developments.
Here are a few steps I find helpful in returning my heart to a place of inner calm amidst the storm that rages around us.
Meditate on God's Word
I know this seems obvious to many of you, but I treasure my times alone with the Lord and His Word as the most important part of my day. Although we cannot trust much of what we read these days, we can trust Scripture, which God inspired and protected for thousands of years just so we could have an unfailing and inerrant source of needed comfort and wisdom for times such as this.
Psalm 27 is a great place to start. I remember a time almost three decades ago when I was alone, panicked over my future, and unable to pay all my bills. I read Psalm 27 every morning for months, and at one point, I memorized it. I held on to verses 13-14 like someone holding on during a wild roller coaster ride, "I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living! Wait for the Lord; be strong, and let your heart take courage; wait for the Lord!"
I waited a very long time, but the Lord later provided far beyond what I could ever have imagined.
Music is also a great way to focus on the truths of God's Word. I listened to songs about God's faithfulness every morning before work for at least a year during my time of great need. I love many contemporary worship Christian songs, but these songs remain my all-time favorites: Great Is Thy Faithfulness and It Is Well with My Soul.
My next suggestion is to pray, pray, pray. Besides praying for loved ones and close friends, I would encourage you to pray for our President, Vice President, and those leading our country during this time. They need wisdom, strength and protection.
In Ephesians 6:10-18, Paul reminds us that our battle is not against flesh and blood but against "spiritual forces of evil." This is absolutely true today with all that is happening with this virus. I am not saying that it's not dangerous or that we should not take precautions, but many in the media and in government seek to use the COVID-19 crisis to bring down President Trump and destroy America.
The forces behind this push are precisely what the apostle wrote about in Ephesians and why we need the armor of God and to pray like never before. This is where the true battle of our time exists!
I pray that this pandemic will end soon and that the Lord will hold back the demonic forces seeking to destroy President Trump and the United States.
After the rapture, these forces of wickedness will prevail in bringing in a new world order through which the antichrist will rise to power. Until then, we should never underestimate the effectiveness of our prayers in limiting what Satan can do in our nation and in the world.
Maintain a Two-World Perspective
We also need a two-world perspective during these trying times. Of course we understand that this current world is not our forever home, but what I mean is that we learn to value the permanent things of eternity versus the fleeting things of this world, which can disappear overnight.
Paul wrote this in 2 Corinthians 4:17-18, "For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal."
I know from experience that keeping such an outlook requires much prayer and meditation on God's Word since we live in a world that never stops screaming for all our attention and devotion.
I have found Psalm 46:10 to be of much help, "Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations; I will be exalted in the earth!" The command to "Be still" assumes an inner feeling of unrest or agitation. The answer is to meditate on the coming time that God "is the King of all the earth" (Ps. 47:7). Let the words of this verse and Psalm 47 soak into your soul; it helped me.
Do not let anyone deceive you with their denials of the coming tribulation and future, full restoration of a repentant Israel. Although some may aptly apply Psalm 46:10 to successful missionary efforts around the world, it will not be fulfilled until Jesus returns to earth, wipes out the kingdom of Satan, and establishes His millennial rule over the nations of this world.
The Lord's judgment on this world will soon begin with the tribulation and culminate with His exaltation and righteous rule as King over all the kingdoms of this world.
Keep Watching for Jesus
I absolutely believe we are in the season of Jesus' return for us. We cannot know the day or hour of His appearing, and it would be more than a little foolish to speculate or set an end date for the rapture. But as the signs multiply around us, I cannot help but think it will happen rather soon.
I recently watched Before the Wrath, which is a movie about how the ancient wedding customs align with the pretribulation rapture. It is an excellent, well-done movie that portrays the Lord's return for us as an act of love for us. (You can find the movie on Amazon.com.) Watching this movie provided an oasis of hope and calm amid the chaos of this world.
I believe that COVID-19 fits with prophecy in that it shows the dogged determination of the world to bring in the new world order and the power of news media to support such an effort after we leave this world via the rapture.
Who would have ever dreamed it would be so easy for a state governor to stop all church services in a state? I fully recognize the need for "social distancing" and for strict precautions during this crisis, but I must confess that alarm bells went off in my head as I watched governors temporarily take away the rights of those living in their states.
I believe these temporary lockdowns foreshadow the tribulation when the people left in this world after the rapture will face pestilences far, far worse than COVID-19 and watch their freedoms forever disappear in a heartbeat.
I know maintaining a calm spirit in these troubling times requires a battle. I feel it inside me even as I write.
But please remember that besides the Holy Spirit who resides in us, we have Scripture available like never before and many great theologically sound hymns of the past and worship songs of today to help us focus our thoughts on the Lord's sovereignty over all things and our eternal hope!
God's Word assures us that Jesus will return to the earth someday and establish His righteous rule, and we will be with Him as He parades across the sky on His way to Jerusalem and puts an end to all the forces of wickedness we see at work today.
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Daily Jot: Famine in the wake of the COVID-19 pestilence - Bill Wilson - www.dailyjot.com
As COVID-19 cases approach 150,000 in America and over 2,000 deaths, there is an eerie feeling about the future. There is much speculation about when life will get back to normal. But there is an anticipation, a hope, and an expectation that with diligence and wisdom, life will return to at least a new normal. In America, we have so far endured this pandemic with the exception of being able to find toilet paper as a result of the hoarders, and perhaps having been rationed on certain food products. There are systems in place to prevent hoarding, price gouging, and taking advantage of people during this time of need. But what if you lived in a country where a lockdown or travel ban meant you may not be able to eat?
It's been 16 days since my son Christian and I returned from Ghana, West Africa. When we left, there were two cases of COVID-19. We got out ahead of President Trump's travel ban. Some 12 hours after we left, Ghana closed its borders and air traffic. Now, with 152 cases, the entire country is on lockdown-schools and businesses are shut down. Police are enforcing people to stay indoors. The country is doing its part to defeat this virus. But that doesn't account for the human factor, which is greed. Some landlords are threatening to throw people into the streets if an extra six months rent is not paid up front. There is hoarding and reselling. There is price gouging. Food prices have inflated 500% in some areas.
In a developing country like Ghana, there are laws against such profiteering and price gouging, but there is essentially no infrastructure to enforce them. So unlike American's hoarding of toilet paper, Ghanaians, especially in the poor rural areas we serve, face extraordinary greed against the background of needing to eat. Our ministry partner Pastor William Agbeti writes: "Unfortunately, Government and its law enforcement agencies are helpless to do anything about the price hikes, even in the presence of laws against profiteering! Since last week, we had been supplying foodstuffs, hand sanitizer and small amounts of money, out of our very meager resources to support some of the poorest of the poor." We have developed a system to get food to the poorest families in the rural areas. We have a list of families and a list of foodstuffs to buy.
We have a vehicle to distribute them. In areas we cannot reach by vehicle, we can distribute funds via a phone app to our trusted representatives who will buy and distribute food. Every $50 we send will feed a family for about two weeks-which is when the lockdown is supposed to be lifted. If there is any small amount you can spare to assist with this effort, it would be greatly appreciated. A little bit goes a long way. As is written in 1 Peter 5:2, "Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, not by compulsion, but willingly; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind." Proverbs 22:9 says, "He that has a bountiful eye shall be blessed; for he gives of his bread to the poor." Famine follows pestilence. Can we do something about it?
Daily Devotion: Always There - by Greg Laurie -
For He Himself has said, 'I will never leave you nor forsake you.' -Hebrews 13:5
I remember one of the first times as a young believer when I didn't feel God's presence. I woke up one morning and just didn't have the great feeling I had before. And being new in the faith and not knowing the Bible very well, I thought, "I think God left me last night. What happened?"
When I talked to a Christian friend about it, he told me, "You're going through a trial."
"What? I'm on trial?"
"No, you're going through a trial."
"What's a trial?"
My friend explained there are times in our lives when we don't feel the presence of God, but He is still there. And in time I came to realize that God will allow us to go through trials.
For instance, you might walk outside tomorrow, and it's an overcast day. So you say, "The sun was here yesterday. But I don't see the sun today. I don't feel its warmth. I guess the sun must have gone away last night."
No, the sun hasn't gone away. It has been merely obscured by a cloud covering. And if you don't believe that, then try going to the beach without wearing any sunscreen. When you return home resembling a ripe tomato, you will realize the sun was out.
In the same way, some people falsely conclude that when they don't feel God, He is gone. He has disappeared. But He is there, even when you don't feel Him. The Bible tells us in Hebrews, "For He Himself has said, 'I will never leave you nor forsake you' " (Hebrews 13:5).
It is during these times that we must walk by faith, not by feeling, because God has promised in His Word that He will be with us. That is how we know He is there.
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