Just a Thought Sign-Up
There is a difference between being safe and feeling safe.
Fear hath torment:
When you are fearful and give in to your emotions, you are easily manipulated by all the parties trying to exert control over your life. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. claimed the Nazis said that the only thing a government needs to turn people into slaves is fear. That is exactly what has happened over what some are calling a pandemic. Through this the government and government officials took their opportunity to instill fear in people, telling them they would keep them safe, which they could not do. I have never allowed the corrupt government and judicial system to cause me to be afraid.
I am not anti-vaccine. I just believe it is an individual’s choice whether to be vaccinated or not. Their choice doesn’t make them more or less safe. I am not anti-science. The problem with everything is that no one shared any science. We now know in NM the governor, according to her health secretary, made it up as she went, allowing big-box stores, which are globalists, to thrive, while small businesses suffered and even went out of business. I am not anti-business. People should never be told they cannot make a living.
A Stanford study found lockdowns were unnecessary and didn’t work. No one really wants to study masks because they know they will find they do not help. So, they continue to put people in fear concerning them. I am not anti-reason. Any reasonable person can see that what started as a public health crisis developed into a political power play, persecuting the church, trying to rid our society of any mention of God.
We are not any safer being afraid of what might happen to us tomorrow (Matt 16:25-26 NLT) (read this). If you try to hang on to your life, you will lose it.
Just a thought,
Published on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 @ 10:25 AM CDT
Check out our latest sermons or see other videos and podcasts.