Riots and plagues: it is God with Whom we have to do

New Warhorn Media post by Tim Bayly:

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This sermon was preached by Pastor Joseph Spurgeon about two months ago.

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This was excellent. Few have noticed that God took away his own public worship.

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And that activities taking place in public worship (a large group of people singing or speaking) seem to transmit the virus more easily than more mundane activities.

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Yes, Joel; this is a critically important point that Christians are overlooking. Take this into account and things are clarified. Singing is particularly dangerous, so enough with all the talk of religious persecution and squelching of First Amendment rights that avoids this basic fact. Love,

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Every activity we engage in carries risk because we are mortal.

Isaiah 22:8–11 (ESV): β€œHe has taken away the covering of Judah. In that day you looked to the weapons of the House of the Forest, and you saw that the breaches of the city of David were many. You collected the waters of the lower pool, and you counted the houses of Jerusalem, and you broke down the houses to fortify the wall. You made a reservoir between the two walls for the water of the old pool. But you did not look to him who did it, or see him who planned it long ago.”

Thought of this post when I read this this morning. Let’s look to him who does and plans.

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