We are living in such unprecedented times with distractions coming from all angles. The coronavirus has taken the world by surprise, with some reports blaming the Chinese eating bats bought from the market where the original mutations of the virus jumped from animal to human and now human to human.
Hundreds of thousands of people die from the flu every year is a fact some people point out to quell anxiety about the coronavirus. Governments around the world are struggling to stop the spread of this pandemic. The Spanish flu from 1918 to 1919 and Black Death from 1347 to 1351 were two of the most extreme pandemics ever recorded.
Live update on coronavirus This is more serious than the flu as there is no vaccine, which will take some significant time to produce and make available to the public and experts fear a mutation will develop before a vaccine is found.
Sweden were the only country not to apply Lockdown to protect their economy, but are now changing their stance. When you consider the size of China, the only reason they are successful in Lockdown is communisim. The Chinese people do as they are told. The government also have surveillance cameras everywhere and control social media and personal information which might be intrusive, but life saving.
There is also the belief that G5 mobile transistors are leaking radiation, producing similar symptoms to C19 and hospitals are also using 5G technology. G5 is ten times more powerful than 4G and is allegedly attacking the cells in our bodies. A state of emergency was declared by World leaders to have Lockdown to contain coronavirus and G5 engineers are using this time of isolation to erect supposed radiation leaking masts under our very noses. As a precaution I made sure to contact my local MP to express my concerns and have them at least investigate these allegations.
The Lockdown stipulates that only employment in the frontline from the essential services, such as the NHS, supermarkets, food stores, pharmacies, emergency services and others. In these testing times we are starting to see the real character of a person, where people will also display their insecurities or eccentricities. I saw a man dressed like a nomad on the sand dunes whose eyes were out on stalks if you passed by him whilst shopping and a lady wearing a plastic ball encasing her head, but the craziest display has to go to the person who rolled around a supermarket in a plastic ball 2 metres in diameter and have their friend carry their shopping. I understand that the human ball was evicted from the store.
I have witnessed customers arguing with each other for returning a product to the shelf after touching it and I’ve also heard of women fighting outside a chemist because one older large woman thought she could just jump the queue with a dubious excuse, but the winner for the most selfish act has to go to Sir Richard Branson for demanding that all his staff take 6 weeks unpaid leave, whilst he isolates on his tropical island. This was within a week or so after begging for a loan from the Government and other entrepreneurs such as Duncan Bannatyne, who put Sir Richard in his place with a few choice words, while still continuing to pay his staff. I would not be surprised if by the time that selfish man returns home, that half of his workforce have found other employment elsewhere.
Laws have been introduced to prevent spreading the coronavirus. You may only leave your home if working, shopping or exercising, where new laws are stating that you must keep two metres distance from the next person, which is not practical with the size of some of the supermarket aisles or the walkway in the warehouse. Toilet rolls and hand sanitizers are being bought in desperation, which begs the question ‘what were those people doing before?’ Approaching Easter, the queues outside the supermarket are ridiculous, but the good news is that Marks & Spencer CMK have a good system to reduce queues.
Online there has never been so many gurus wanting to offer you the latest program to offer you an online business, where you can operate it from anywhere in the world. All you need is a laptop and access to the internet. Warren Buffet quoted “if you don’t find a way to earn money whilst you sleep you will work until the day you die”. I hold my hands up and hold the record for the most refunds of online courses that was seriously distracting me from releasing my first mini book. I have had a bee under my bonnet since the last singles retreat in late September when pastor shared some valuable information. Ref making money, do not do trading as its too volatile nor property as it’s too expensive and takes too much time, but to do affiliate marketing as you can’t saturate it!
I would normally get my sublime fix twice a week by attending my church but the Lockdown has now closed all houses of Worship, but I am pleased to hear that most believers already have an online church to follow. However, if you are looking for a word of encouragement to change your situation I invite you to join me, not twice a week but twice daily at facebook to replace fear with peace and encouragement. We also have an archive of videos, including the Lord’s supper to take in testing times such as today and if short on time, please watch from 1.30.23
Never has there been an opening for the Gospel to be preached, where I need to be sensitive to hear God’s voice. I need to consider and pray for the people that are falling sick and some that are dying, and I need to seek God’s face so that I can heal them and help them to know the Lord Jesus. Everything is decided in the courts of Heaven and as followers of Jesus we have access via the throne of grace, where we can also intercede.
However, on social media l have seen pictures of men in a mosque with two metre tape markings. This will be interesting to see what action the Government take. Again I have asked my local MP to investigate these allegations.
My step mum used to quote to me as a child from Confucius saying how men in pointy hats will rule the world, which economically speaking China is already doing today. There are also reports of Bill Gates helping develop a microchip for the delivery of the vaccine of the coronavirus, which will also contain our personal details. This was prophesied thousands of years ago in the bible. What more need say I.
Whatever happens in my life I need to work out my salvation daily with fear and trembling and save some souls along the way. Having a dream destination is important, but its pursuit has robbed some people of the joy of living in the now. My pastor says that we need to live today as if it’s our last but prepare as if we’re going to live forever. Wealth is defined not by how much we possess, but by how much we give, and I applaud volunteers as our time is the most valuable possession we have.
This event has highlighted the Amazing work done by the NHS and I’m proud to say I’m British when I hear of business’s adapting to support those in need, but little mention has been given of the ladies working at the supermarket checkout, but now thankfully a genius developed a plastic shield which has been a life dancer. It’s been a long time since this country has been proud of their Prime Minister. Boris is the man to lead us out of Europe and into the Land flowing with milk and honey.
My pastor recently preached that this is not the end, because Jesus said that these times shall signify the beginning of the end. However, I do not want to be familiar with the second coming of Jesus Christ. This is the most important event that will ever take place in my lifetime and I don’t want to be caught with my pants down! With all the recent doom and gloom being shared by the media, allow me to shed some light in this tunnel of coronavirus in the video below.
This is just the tip of the iceburg. All I know life can no longer be the same after this pandemic, especially how the press have conducted themselves during the outbreak of C19. We need to change our priorities and I coin the phrase ‘We need to get back to basics’. We need to kick political correctness into touch once and for all! This is where the rubber meets the road!