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Tag Archives: covid
Drink Ye All of It and Other Reflections
It has been over three years since Covid-19 was first reported in the U.S.A. January 20, 2020 was the date of the first lab-confirmed case in the United States, according to the CDC (CDC Museum Covid-19 Timeline, cdc.gov). Here are … Continue reading
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“And Rejoice in Hope” (Romans 5:2; 12:12)
What is hope? Biblical hope is more than a mere wish or desire. It is “favorable and confident expectation” (Vine’s). Our hope is based on Jehovah God (Psalm 31:24; 39:7; 71:5; 1 Peter 1:21), God’s word (Psalm 119:49-50, 81-82, 114; … Continue reading
Posted in Death, Endurance, Hope, Suffering Tagged all things work together for good, corona virus, covid, economic hardship, fear, God is in control, God is trustworthy, hope, hope defined, importance of hope, joy, joy in persecution, joy in trials, n. neil strait, no reason to fear death, nothing can separate us, orison marden, political election, priscilla j. owens, quotes on hope, racial unrest, rejoice, rejoice in hope, robert crichley, Romans 12:12, Romans 5:2, song my hope is built on nothing less than Jesus blood and righteousness, song we have an anchor, the christian worker Leave a comment