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“From Pandemic to Pandemonium.”

“From Pandemic to Pandemonium.” Some time ago I heard Dr. A. R. Bernard use those words to describe what’s going on in our world.

Yes, things certainly seem to be out of control with no end in sight. The governor of our state is threatening to send in the National Guard to help with our sanitation problems.

The presidential debate this week was a disaster, and today we’ve been told that the President and his wife, have tested positive for Covid 19.

If it wasn’t for bad news, there might be no news at all! Someone has said that “We live in hope, and die in despair!” Thankfully I don’t agree with that at all, because the darker the night, the greater the light! Our God is “still” on the throne, and HE has the last say in every situation! Amen and Amen!!!

At this point I have to go old school! “I got a feeling that everything is gonna be all right!” “This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope. It is of the LORD’S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:21-23. Keep praying Saints!

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