“All that happens is as habitual and familiar as roses
in spring and fruit in the summer.
True too of disease, death, defamation, and conspiracy—and
all that delights or gives pain to fools.”
(apple blossoms /Julie Cook/ 2020)
Now you should know I don’t believe in aliens.
No area 51…no code blue book.
And I don’t necessarily believe in ghosts…
But… I do believe in spiritual warfare…
meaning…demons/evil and angels/heavenly are defintily real.
The jury remains out on this whole virus business.
Where are the real power players during all of this?
Have we heard from George Soros?
Hillary or Bill?
Where are those who believe they wield world power and domination?
It does make for intriguing thoughts while one is confined to quarters going on
now nearly 5 weeks, with a houseful of demanding family.
China seems now almost giddy.
Free and ready to rally en masse.
All the while our stock market rides a daily roller coaster and our
fellow Americans “screw” one another to the wall over essentials such as toilet paper
To mask or not to mask…that is the question.
How does such a virus make such rounds in such a short and narrow window?
There is a southern county in our state that has experienced some of the highest
numbers of cases and deaths.
It is not near a metropolitan area, yet it has maintained a consistency with Fulton County,
home to Atlanta…
It is all so strange and surreal.
And is it not odd that we may readily go to and from various stores and businesses
albeit at qued distances…yet our houses of worships, are deemed by law, forbidden?
If ever we needed a church to open its doors to those who might wish to pray
or simply sit and ponder…it is now!
Yet faith and the observance of such is suddenly deemed non-essential.
Oh the irony in such thinking…
And Jesus answered them, “Have faith in God.
Truly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain,
‘Be taken up and thrown into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart,
but believes that what he says will come to pass, it will be done for him.
Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer,
believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.