A pastor brother passed away in India just last week from COVID-19. Pastor Joshua left his wife, Rebecca, two older daughters, Joyce and Esther, son, John, and grandchildren. The hospital bill wiped out their family’s finances, including savings for their daughter, Esther’s wedding scheduled for November 27th.
For the Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement service on Monday, I will focus on its Biblical purpose – atonement for sin, and how this relates to Christ, and how receiving healing and deliverance through atonement works in God’s kingdom now. If you have afflictions you would like prayed over and delivered from, this service is for you.
I was spiritually compelled to write a response to MPR newsletter comments today that addressed what I’ve been seeing in protests and news related to George Floyd.
MPR: Demonstrators gathered outside WCCO’s office in Minneapolis to protest media bias against victims of police violence. Unicorn Riot was on the scene. If you have thoughts on this protest and issues of media coverage of police violence, I’d love to hear them. The email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ty: I have not seen much of WCCO’s media coverage, but from what I’ve seen of it, it appears to be the same as other news stations. I have also not seen any evidence WCCO or Bob Kroll’s wife, Liz Collins, who works at the WCCO location being protested have done anything with bias.
The page Unicorn Riot MPR links to does not give any evidence to support what they are protesting…
Protests and riots over George Floyd have overshadowed most news these days, but remember these things are happening and George died because you’re not stopping cycles of sin.
HOW DO YOU CHANGE IT? God says, Forgive and Love everyone EVEN your enemies. Do not take revenge yourself, for He will avenge, and He hates unrighteous authority. So judge righteously, show no favoritism, and be at peace with everyone to your best ability.
Let the peoples and authority everywhere know this and be blessed in its pursuit, through HaMashiach Yehoshua – Christ Jesus. Amen.
With more believers going back to churches, temples, and synagogues, what should you think about when you gather with masks and social distancing in place? Interacting with everyone behind masks and fear of physical contact is not a normal or healthy world.