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May 2020 Take All of the Bad With It

I came across this that I wrote in the latter part of 2020 and although it’s done and gone, I still think there are a few points in it that I want to share.

2020 has been a year like we’ve only read about in history books.

Pandemic all over the world. A virus called Covid-19 has took hold of so very many people.  Countless numbers of people have died, some lingering and suffering, some being taken out of this world within hours after being exposed to the virus.

This being an election year has made things so crazy, violent and corrupt.

One candidate says the virus is no big deal. The other candidate says it is a big deal. Both are claiming this was a fraudulent election – wanting a “Do Over.”

So many people are short tempered, scared and just plain mean and evil. The quarantine orders and overall guidelines to keep us safe from the virus is misleading and confusing.

Many, many businesses have had to temporarily close their doors and some have closed for good. We’ve run out of toilet paper, paper towels and disinfectant wipes because so many have hoarded for themselves with no regard to others who also need them.

The only good thing I’ve seen come from the year 2020 is that so many new and non-believers are reaching out to our Lord and Savior, asking for forgiveness and help.

Satan is trying to latch on to as many as he can and he’s finding people are calling on God and the scripture.

James 4:7 – Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.

Satan cannot stay where our God is present. I’ve had to call upon God quite a bit through this past year.

My feelings are: The election is over. What will be, will be.

I wrote this when I was in Chicago this past Christmas 2020 visiting my daughter.

It’s supposed to snow today. Not seeing any sign of it yet.

It’s 1:22pm and I’ve been awake since about 5am. Feels like the days never end here.

It’s snowing. It just started at about 4pm.

The place they live in is called: “Buckingham Place.” I thought kind of a cute play on words.