Daily Archives: April 4, 2020

April 4 Life-Changing Moments With God

Do not be afraid; I am the First and the Last.

Lord, I have not come to the mountain that may be touched and that burned with fire, and to blackness and darkness and tempest, but I have come to Mount Zion to You, my Holy God, the Judge of all, to the spirits of just men made perfect, to Jesus the Mediator of the new covenant. Jesus, Your Son, is the author and finisher of my faith. I do not have a high priest who cannot sympathize with my weaknesses, but He was in all points tempted as I am, yet without sin. Let me therefore come boldly to Your throne of grace, that I may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.

You, Lord God, the King of Israel, and my Redeemer, the Lord of hosts, say: “I am the First and I am the Last; besides Me there is no God.” You are Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

Are You not from everlasting, O Lord my God, my Holy One? Who is God, except You, Lord? And who is a rock, except You my God?

Thank You for calling me to know You, Mighty God and Everlasting Father!

Revelation 1:17; Hebrews 12:18, 22–24; Hebrews 12:2; Hebrews 4:15–16; Isaiah 44:6; Isaiah 9:6; Habakkuk 1:12; 2 Samuel 22:32[1]

 

[1] Jeremiah, D. (2007). Life-Changing Moments With God (p. 107). Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers.

April 4 Thoughts for the quiet hour

All the land which thou seest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed forever

Gen. 13:15

God’s promises are ever on the ascending scale. One leads up to another, fuller and more blessed than itself. In Mesopotamia God said, “I will show thee the land.” At Bethel, “This is the land.” Here, “and I will give thee all the land, and children innumerable as the grains of sand.” And we shall find even these eclipsed.

It is thus that God allures us to saintliness. Not giving anything till we have dared to act—that He may test us. Not giving everything at first—that He may not overwhelm us. And always keeping in hand an infinite reserve of blessing. Oh, the unexplored remainders of God! Who ever saw His last star?

F. B. Meyer[1]

 

[1] Hardman, S. G., & Moody, D. L. (1997). Thoughts for the quiet hour. Willow Grove, PA: Woodlawn Electronic Publishing.

Bank of America Says Looming Recession Will be Deepest on Record

Although more than 10 million U.S. workers have applied for unemployment over the last two weeks, the situation is likely going to get a lot worse.

Bank of America‘s research team recently released a report that suggests as many as 20 million jobs could be lost because of the coronavirus pandemic, sending the unemployment rate past 15%. In addition, the research team now thinks U.S. GDP could contract for three straight quarters, resulting in a total decline of 10.4%.

Just a few months ago, unemployment in the U.S. was below 4% and the Bank of America research team was projecting U.S. GDP growth of about 2% for the year.

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Source: Bank of America Says Looming Recession Will be Deepest on Record

The Necessity of the Cross – In Touch – April 4/5

The Necessity of the Cross

Colossians 2:13-15

What does the cross mean to you? Many people in the world today view it as a symbol of Christianity, but stop and think about what it represented in Christ’s day. Nobody wore a miniature cross around the neck or displayed one in a place of worship. The cross was a torturous means of execution, and the mere thought of it was repulsive.

Yet believers throughout the ages have chosen this as the sign of their faith. In fact, to remove the cross from our teaching and theology would leave nothing but an empty, powerless religion. The subjects of death, blood, and sacrifice have become unpopular in many churches because they’re unpleasant and uncomfortable topics. We’d prefer to hear about the love of God, not the suffering of Jesus.

But let me ask you this: How could anyone be saved if Christ had not been crucified? Some people think all you have to do to receive God’s forgiveness is ask Him for it. But a sinner’s request can never be the basis for His forgiveness. He would cease to be holy and just if no penalty was imposed for sin. According to Scripture, there can be no forgiveness without the shedding of blood (Heb. 9:22). Christ had to bear the punishment for our sin in order for God to grant us forgiveness.

Every time you see a cross, remember what it really was–an instrument of execution. Then thank Jesus that He was willing to be crucified so the Father could forgive you of sin. Though the scene of your redemption was horrendous, Christ turned the cross into a place of great triumph.

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The Mainstream Media Spins a Pandemic | Washington Free Beacon

A New York Times report this week criticizes pro-Trump media figures who downplayed the threat of coronavirus. Fair enough.

But it is worth examining how mainstream media outlets treated lawmakers who were warning about the virus and about China’s potential malfeasance early on.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.), for example, encouraged President Donald Trump in January to implement a travel ban from China. He told CBS’s Face The Nation on Jan. 26 that China had a “record of dishonesty and incompetence” in combating health crises and cautioned that while Washington was consumed with Trump’s impeachment trial, it was the viral outbreak that was the “most important story in the world.”

Citing Cotton, a Politico report in early February warned that a travel ban and quarantine measures “could undercut international efforts to fight the outbreak by antagonizing Chinese leaders.”

Cotton also argued that the virus might have originated at a Chinese biochemical lab in Wuhan that sits near the seafood market where Chinese officials initially claimed the disease originated. The New York Times accused him of spreading a “conspiracy theory,” writing that it was “the sort of tale that resonates with an expanding chorus of voices in Washington who see China as a growing Soviet-level threat to the United States, echoing the anti-Communist thinking of the Cold War era.”

“Right wing media outlets fan the anger,” Times business correspondent Alexandra Stevenson wrote on Feb. 17. Presumably, the right-wing outlets providing a megaphone for this conspiracy theory were different from the ones that were dangerously minimizing the threat of the illness.

Heads, the Times wins; tails, Republicans lose.

What most mainstream news reports have refused to acknowledge is that when it comes to the coronavirus, the right, the left, and, unfortunately, the scientific experts are flying blind, writing and rewriting the rules ad hoc and trying to muddle through.

There have been enough miscalculations to go around. The Times‘s effort to classify them by political inclination is laughable. There was the Vox explainer published in early February comparing the coronavirus to the flu. “Half the people in America do not get a flu shot and the flu, right now, is far deadlier,” CNN’s Anderson Cooper said on March 4th. “So if you’re freaked out at all about the coronavirus, you should be more concerned about the flu.”

It is also worth noting which voices have proved prescient. The Washington Post’s David Ignatius, in a Friday column that quotes Cotton, writes now that alas, “scientists don’t rule out that an accident at a research laboratory in Wuhan might have spread a deadly bat virus that had been collected for scientific study.”

He writes about a theory percolating in scientific circles about “an accidental lab release of bat coronavirus.”

“Less than 300 yards from the seafood market is the Wuhan branch of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Researchers from that facility and the nearby Wuhan Institute of Virology have posted articles about collecting bat coronaviruses from around China, for study to prevent future illness. Did one of those samples leak, or was hazardous waste deposited in a place where it could spread?”

Will the Washington Post excoriate their own well-sourced columnist for “spreading a debunked conspiracy theory” as they did when Cotton offered the same informed speculation six weeks ago? Will the New York Times offer their readers an analysis of how the panicked Republicans of February were unfairly maligned by the millennial pandemic explainers at Vox?

At least those of us lucky enough to have masks won’t have to hold our breath.

Source: The Mainstream Media Spins a Pandemic

Pliny the Younger and Worship in the Ancient Church | Reformed Forum

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What was worship like in the early church? Did it differ significantly from our present practices? A letter written by a Roman official in 112 AD provides a window into these ancient Christian liturgical practices.

Pliny the Younger was appointed governor of Bithynia in 111 AD by the Emperor Trajan (98–117). Trajan knew that there was social unrest in that province, with a growing number of political factions causing divisions within the city. Among other things, he tasked Pliny with dissolving all associations or clubs in service of keeping the peace. This led him into a quandary regarding the Christians.

In one of the cities, trouble of some kind had arisen regarding the Christians, who were in several cases brought into court and accused of atheism, sexual immorality, incest, and even cannibalism. Pliny the Younger’s letter offers a window into the liturgical practices of ancient Christians and how they were often misunderstood by the world.

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Participants: Camden Bucey, Glen Clary

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4 Apr 2020 – Rapture Ready News

BREAKING: Earthquake Strikes Southern California
This story is developing. An earthquake has struck Southern California. Per LA Times, a magnitude 4.9 earthquake was reported Friday evening at 6:53 p.m. Pacific time eight miles from Palm Springs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Americans Must Now Accept The Hard, Cold Reality That The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Intentionally Being Used To Collapse The U.S. Economy
This article you are reading is the 7,629th article I have written since Now The End Begins came online 10 years ago, and it is perhaps the hardest one I’ve ever had to write, so I want you to pay close attention to what I have to say. It is going to present to you a very, very hard truth to swallow, but it is truth nonetheless.

WHOA! Dr. Fauci in 2017: President Trump Will Be Challenged By a “Surprise Global Disease Outbreak” (VIDEO)
Come again? Back in 2017 at forum on pandemic preparedness at Georgetown University Dr. Fauci made an interesting statement. Fauci told the audience the Trump administration will not only be challenged by ongoing global health threats such as influenza and HIV, but also a surprise disease outbreak.

BROKEN MODELS: The CDC Doctors Screwed Up Bigly! SNS Comfort in NY Harbor Sits Idle with 3 Patients — USNS Mercy in LA has Only 15 Patients
The Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort docked in in New York City on Monday, March 30, 2020. The ship was expected to bolster a besieged New York City health care system by treating non-coronavirus patients while hospitals treat people with COVID-19.

Bill Gates is spending billions to produce 7 potential coronavirus vaccines
Microsoft founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates said his foundation is funding the construction of factories that will manufacture seven promising coronavirus vaccines.

Tropical Cyclone “Harold” leaves 28 missing in Solomon Islands, set to make landfall over Vanuatu
Tropical Cyclone “Harold” remains active over the Solomon Sea after it made landfall over the San Cristobal Island on April 2, 2020. Following this, about 28 people aboard a ferry went missing due to rough seas. Harold is the 8th named storm of the 2019/20 South Pacific tropical cyclone season.

Rare ozone hole opens over the Arctic, likely the largest in history
A huge ozone hole has opened this year over the Arctic. While ozone holes normally form in the Antarctic zone every year because winter temperatures drop to extremely low values, allowing high-altitude clouds to develop– the Arctic has more varying temperatures and is not usually set for ozone depletion​.

Severe floods hit parts of eastern Spain after 4 months’ worth of rain in 24 hours
Torrential rains led to flash flooding in the coastal parts of Valencia, Spain, on Tuesday, March 31 into April 1, 2020. Up to 147 mm (5.8 inches) of rain fell in the region– four times the average rainfall for this time of the year, which is 34 to 39 mm (1.3 to 1.5 inches). Castellon was also hit bad after recording up to 150 mm (5.9 inches) of rain– its highest daily rainfall since 1976.

This Year As We Celebrate The Death, Burial And Resurrection Of Jesus The Passover Lamb, There Will Be 7,777,777,777 Souls Alive On Earth
In this breakout crazy 2020 year of eye-popping, breakout crazy end times events, let me add one more to our ever-growing list of end times excitement. The global population will reach exactly 7 billion, 777 million, 777 thousand, 777 souls on planet Earth sometime between the day that Jesus went to the cross, Wednesday, and the day He was risen from the dead, Sunday. Think about that. And it all started with the Passover, which for us this year begins Wednesday April 8th, which is also the day Jesus went to the cross. Wow.

Bill Gates funds birth control microchip that lasts 16 years inside the body and can be turned on or off with remote control
Helped along by one of the world’s most notable billionaires, a U.S. firm is developing a tiny implant that acts as a contraceptive for 16 years — and can be turned on or off using a remote control.

Zombie apocalypse: The coronavirus is now known to alter brain function and make some victims AGGRESSIVE and disoriented (NOT satire)
Not only does it infect the nervous system and utterly destroy some people’s senses of smell and taste, we now know that it alters brain function by destroying brain tissue.

China Has Sent Faulty Coronavirus Medical Supplies to at Least Four Major Countries
According to a new report from DailyCaller, China has sent faulty coronavirus medical supplies to at least four major companies.

All 6 early-infected states are Democratic – coincidence?
President Trump is the “right” leader for this time. And that is exactly why the left is trying to convince us otherwise.

Report: China Continues Attacks on Christians During Pandemic
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has continued its crackdown on Christian house churches as the world reels under the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, according to a report Wednesday from Bitter Winter.

Urgent notes – China poised to attack America during peak financial / social chaos, prepare for global warfare and economic decimation
I need to urgently get this message out, and there’s no time to write it up properly. Notes only, please excuse any typos:

Source: 4 Apr 2020

No More Pork-Laden Stimulus Bills, Please

Nothing cries out more for giving the president a line item veto for federal spending than the 880-page coronavirus stimulus bill that Speaker Pelosi put together from her Socialist Wish List filing cabinet and pasted into her bill.

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The Attack on Calvinism in 19th Century America — Ligonier Ministries Blog

 

Calvinism is not the dominant influence in American religious life today, but it used to be. What happened? In this brief clip, W. Robert Godfrey describes the dramatic change that took place in 19th-century American church life.

Transcript:

By the late 18th and early 19th century, American theology is becoming more optimistic. That doesn’t just happen in a vacuum. That optimism is part of what we have already seen from the Enlightenment, what we’re already seeing as developing European thought in the 19th century. That optimism will take a slightly different form in America, but it will end up being, in many circles, an attack on Calvinism. In the 17th and 18th centuries in America, Calvinism had been the dominant religious expression in the dominant denominations: Congregational, Presbyterian, and Episcopalian. But in the latter 18th century and on into the 19th century, Calvinism begins to be seen as excessively pessimistic, as excessively tied to old ways of thinking and doing things, and as excessively tied to the “old order” of things. Remember, America had—in Massachusetts, in Pennsylvania, in Virginia—it had established churches. The Episcopal Church was established in Virginia. The Congregational Church was established in Massachusetts. And the Calvinist clergy were well educated and used to a rather comfortable lifestyle. As that old established-church way of thinking began to crumble with the Revolution, as education began to be suspected—“Doesn’t education just lead you to read those European books and confuse you?”—as the country began to move west and the educated, well-paid Calvinist clergy were not so interested in making nothing on the frontier, life began to change in America. Calvinism began to recede as the dominant influence in American religious life. So, by 1850, the two largest denominations in America were the Methodists and the Baptists, no longer the Episcopalians, the Congregationalists, and the Presbyterians. There had been a dramatic change that was taking place. In America, the retreat of Calvinism and the advance of the frontier were shaping and remaking American religion, driven to a significant extent by a kind of optimism that things can be different, things can be better; and our newer approach to religion that will come to be called “The Second Awakening” in America stands behind that.

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Digital Dollar And Digital Wallet Bill Surface In The Senate

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• Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com

I’ve been warning about it for years, and now here it is right on our doorstep – The shift into a digital currency system and cashless society, a society in which all your transactions are tracked and you can never remove your wealth from the banks.  If this system is allowed to be established the last remnants of free markets and private trade will be crushed.  The only other option will be barter markets and black markets, which people need to be building in their communities RIGHT NOW….

A bill has surfaced in the Senate called the ‘Banking For All Act’, sponsored by the Ranking Member of the Senate Banking Committee, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH). In the press release, Senator Brown lays out the details of his bill as well as how he looks forward to urging his colleagues to include it as part of the coronavirus economic stimulus package.

‘At the height of this pandemic we must do more to protect the financial wellbeing of hardworking Americans and consumers. They are on the front lines of this crisis and are already feeling the effects of the economic fallout. My legislation would allow every American to set up a free bank account so they don’t have to rely on expensive check cashers to access their hard-earned money.’

Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

This bill offers a definition for digital dollars as well as for a digital dollar wallet, and provides the provision for a pass-through digital dollar wallet with the mandate for all member banks to open and maintain digital dollar wallets for all persons, including those eligible to receive the stimulus.

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonbrett/2020/03/24/digital-dollar-and-digital-wallet-legislation-surfaces-in-the-us-senate/#1e6232c43866

The Time has Come for some Answers about the Coronavirus Pandemic

This nation is choosing to plunge millions of people into depression, heart attacks, suicide and unbelievable stress, and the people deserve some unvarnished answers and transparency.

Source: The Time has Come for some Answers about the Coronavirus Pandemic

April 4, 2020 Morning Verse Of The Day

7:10 I will provide a place for my people Israel and will plant them. The Lord’s primary purpose in elevating David is to make his covenant people secure. The wording of this promise may seem odd here, since the Lord planted his people in the land hundreds of years before this. However, the following statement (vv. 10b–11) makes it clear that the nation’s security, not mere possession of the land, is in view. Throughout the period of the judges, oppressive invaders subjugated Israel, but the Lord will enable David to establish a secure nation.[1]


10 “A place for my people” (מקום לעמי) is yet another crux interpretum, since it can denote either the land of Canaan (so most interpreters) or the temple as a (cult-)place (so e.g., Caspari, Gelston, Langlamet, McCarter). It has been argued that Israel already possessed all their land in David’s reign if not before, but this would be a problem only when the perfects in vv 9b–10 are given a futuristic sense. In our opinion, v 10 does not describe the future welfare of Israel but the blessings already bestowed upon David as a result of Yahweh’s active help (v 9a). The people will dwell securely and unmolested in contrast with the earlier oppressions during the period of the Judges.

Although מקום as a “place (of worship)” is attested in the OT (cf. Deut 12:5; 1 Chr 16:27; Jer 7:12, 14), this connotation seems less suitable in the present context. However, McCarter (190) and Gelston (ZAW 84 [1972] 93) go even further, and make מקום either the subject or the object of all the verbs in v 10. Unfortunately, most of these verbs, e.g., נטע “to plant,” שכן “to dwell,” רגז “to tremble,” would be more appropriate to “the people” than “the temple,” and therefore we follow the usual interpretation of מקום.

The metaphor of planting is frequent in Jeremiah (see 2:21; 11:17; 24:6; 31:28; 32:41; 42:10), and it may have originated in cultic language (cf. Pss 44:2 [MT 3]; 80:8 [MT 9]). McCarter (204), due to his interpretation of the verse as a whole, takes “wicked men” to be those who abused the cult, probably Hophni and Phinehas (see 1 Sam 2:12–17), but it seems more likely that the reference is to Israel’s enemies in general. This is, perhaps, supported by Ps 89:22b [MT 23b] which may be an allusion to this verse; here the wicked will not harm David.

The promise of peace is implicitly conditional for the oppressions during the period of the Judges were, at least largely, due to Israel’s waywardness (see Judg 3:7–8; 10:6–7; 13:1). This same cause-and-effect principle would be relevant also to the Davidic kings (cf. v 14b) even though Yahweh has promised not to withdraw his favor permanently (v 15). Another exegetical problem is the relationship between “previously” (בראשונה) and “ever since the time” (ולמן היום) (v 11a). Because the preceding verses (vv 5–10) show a certain fondness for the technique of doubling (see Note on 5.b.), we take the two expressions as synonymous (so also most exegetes). For “peace from all your enemies,” see Comment on v 1. It is plausible that vv 1b and 11a form some sort of inclusion, and come from the hand of the Deuteronomistic editor.[2]


7:10 God promised to provide Israel a secure dwelling place in the land of Israel. No longer would the Israelites be exposed to repeated attacks from their enemies, as had happened during the time of the judges.[3]


7:10 a place The Hebrew word used here, maqom, could refer to the temple—the house that David wants to build for Yahweh. Alternatively, it may refer to the land over which David is now reigning, thus reflecting an earlier promise Yahweh made to Abraham (see Gen 15:7; 17:8).[4]


[1] Chisholm, R. B., Jr. (2013). 1 & 2 Samuel. (M. L. Strauss, J. H. Walton, & R. de Rosset, Eds.) (pp. 220–221). Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

[2] Hubbard, D. A., Barker, G. W., Watts, J. D. W., & Martin, R. P. (1989). Editorial Preface. In 2 Samuel (Vol. 11, p. 121). Dallas: Word, Incorporated.

[3] Radmacher, E. D., Allen, R. B., & House, H. W. (1999). Nelson’s new illustrated Bible commentary (p. 399). Nashville: T. Nelson Publishers.

[4] Barry, J. D., Mangum, D., Brown, D. R., Heiser, M. S., Custis, M., Ritzema, E., … Bomar, D. (2012, 2016). Faithlife Study Bible (2 Sa 7:10). Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.

Report: Trump campaign has been anonymously donating meals to hospitals across the country | WND

The Trump campaign has been anonymously donating meals to hospitals in the areas hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, including New York, New Jersey, Michigan and Washington state, according to a report Thursday.

Fox News political reporter Brooke Singman reported that President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has been placing the orders since last Thursday.

“They’re doing it as a donor who cares,” a source was quoted as saying. “So nothing politically is tied to it. … We’re just trying to, you know, show a thank you.”

“They’re trying to send things that are like, local restaurants that may need support [and] cool restaurant icons of the area that may need the business,” a source said.

Singman tweeted that the Trump campaign “has been quietly calling local restaurants and ordering large amounts of food to be delivered to hospitals in an effort to feed doctors, nurses & first responders and support local restaurants.”

She reported that the Chit Chat Diner in Hackensack, New Jersey, was one of the beneficiaries of the Trump campaign’s new initiative.

“An anonymous donation providing lunch to some hardworking staff at Hackensack Hospital this afternoon. We are so grateful,” the restaurant posted on Instagram earlier this week.

Another order, from Antonio’s Trattoria, was for 100 individuals to be delivered to the Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx.

“It was 20 penne vodkas, 20 pastas with tomato sauce, 30 chicken parmesans, and 30 house salads with grilled chicken,” the manager told Fox News. “He only gave his first name and said he wanted to remain anonymous.”

A source said the president’s campaign has spent tens of thousands of dollars at restaurants and plans to expand the effort.

On Wednesday, Trump encouraged Congress to change the tax laws in order to help restaurants bounce back quicker from the imposed coronavirus shutdown.

“Congress must pass the old, and very strongly proven, deductibility by businesses on restaurants and entertainment,” he wrote.

“This will bring restaurants, and everything related, back – and stronger than ever. Move quickly, they will all be saved!”

The Hill reported that the 2017 Republican tax reform law “revoked a provision allowing corporations to make annual tax deductions for entertainment expenses and limited deductions that could be made for meals.”

Internal Revenue Service guidance issued in 2018 indicated companies could deduct up to 50 percent of business meal expenses as long as they were not considered “lavish.”

At a Rose Garden news conference Sunday, Trump said he had discussed the idea with restaurateur Wolfgang Puck.

“I think it’ll have a tremendous impact and maybe keep them open,” the president told reporters. “Some are closing right now, despite the fact that they could be open in the not-too-distant future, and we expect that.

“But there are some that aren’t going to be able to get open, and we want to make sure they do.”

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

Source: Report: Trump campaign has been anonymously donating meals to hospitals across the country

Self-Control (Part 2 of 2) | Truth For Life Programs

Christians are called to be self-controlled. Does that mean we just need to muster up more willpower? Discover the only source of self-restraint as we conclude our study of the fruit of the Spirit on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.

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The Forked-Tongue of Governor Cuomo || E68 | Bible Thumping Wingnut Network

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Godcast with Josh Fritz Episode 68

Josh speaks about double-mindedness and how others exhibit it without even knowing it. Specifically in the case of New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo.

Beware Christian! Don’t be the same way!

For reference listen to last years podcast regarding abortion in NY:

Source: The Forked-Tongue of Governor Cuomo || E68

Everyone Jumps Off Bridge After New Government Order Telling Everyone To Jump Off Bridge | The Babylon Bee

U.S.—After state governments across the country directed their citizens to shut down their businesses and just kinda hope things worked out, a new order has been issued: everyone is to jump off a bridge immediately.

A government official issued the order to solve our current crisis, and everyone immediately complied.

“Everyone jump off a bridge,” said a representative of the government.

“OK,” said everyone. “If the government says so, it’s probably a good idea. Besides, what can we do? It’s the government. They definitely have the best people working on it.”

The directive was designed to end coronavirus. Medical experts believe it’s the best, most effective way to stop the virus. Assuming everyone follows through and obeys the order, coronavirus will be wiped out, according to officials. There are no bad side effects, as far as anyone can tell. A few people pointed out that it could kill everyone, but these people are anti-science and obviously hate their neighbors.

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