A moment of great trouble

We are currently in a time of great trouble, a time of turmoil, difficult, and filled with emotion because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Coronavirus is a pandemic that spares no one; and, there is still no official medicine that can cure people infected and affected by this virus. However, several thousand infected people are cured of their disease. Many people wonder: where does this deadly virus come from? Is it natural that it was born? Or was it made by unconscious, lawless humans to destroy the inhabitants of the earth? Why is this virus spreading so quickly across planet earth? Born on Chinese soil, precisely in the city of Wuhan, the coronavirus repents throughout the world as the angel of death, from the time of Pharaoh, who killed all the first born in Egypt, from animals to men. The situation becomes serious and severe; everyone is afraid. No one in this 21st century had thought that the church and the school would have closed for so long.
In December 2019, coronavirus was endemic, in January 2020, it became an epidemic. From February 2020, coronavirus becomes a pandemic which ravages the whole world, what pain! Death beckons every day to the inhabitants of the earth of all races, colors, languages, cultures, and tribes. It knocks on the door of the rich and the poor, children, young people, and adults; and no one is spared. Except for those who follow the principles of hygiene by washing their hands every time, so as not to infect the parts that have to do with the inside of the body.
We are currently living in the last hours of the history of this world. There will be more serious phenomena that will befall the earth before the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. The harvest of the earth is ripe; Jesus Christ will return to take with him all those who had accepted him as Master and Lord. “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death will no longer be, and there will be no more mourning, no cry, no pain, because the first things are gone; Revelation 21: 4.” In the meantime, do not doubt his love, trust him; it is still our refuge.
Serge Desrameaux, Lawyer, Professor, and Pastor
MA in Ministry

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