America has been under tumultuous stress for the last four months with the COVID-19 pandemic, the follow=on riots which more and more seem to be linked to create more chaos and the unrelenting adversity directed at good people in this country who are Christian, mostly Conservative, and strong in their beliefs. Now we are hearing more and more being said about the coming vaccine and how it will be the cure all and be all for the situation, when history shows that vaccines for viruses prove to be generally very limited and even when one is successful, the rate of success is often more than forty percent. What's more, the word is filtering out that the producers of the vaccine will not be liable for any of the unintended consequences that it might bring at the same time that testing is much more limited in scope due to time constraints and that should certainly be of concern to all of us. What recourse will be made if the vaccine is taken and the reaction is very dangerous or even fatal. The answer is that there will be none.
Today there is much more talk, some of it perhaps conjecture, but yet with conjecture usually comes a significant degree of reliability, that the vaccine will be mandated for all citizens. That has not been stated definitively, but we know that international organizations, and more importantly the so-called New World Order wants that to be so. Also, there are people in high places around the world who want it to also contain a data chip, or some other means of containing extensive personal data available to be seen via a portable reader on perhaps the hand or forehead. This data would be able to confirm many thing including the updated status of such vaccines and used as a basis to control human access to places needed to survive.
Is it so? Well, we can't say for sure that it is but will there be a way for citizens to definitively know whether it is or not. The answer to that is not available either. So, with that in mind, it would behoove all of us of faith to review the words of the Book of Revelation in the Bible and ponder the situation. Should we just take a chance and follow the advice that sinful man gives us or instead use our prayers to gain discernment from God regarding what we should do when the situation calls for it? Remember, God never fails us but man often does. Each of us must make our own decision on what should be done. Think carefully and wisely, my friends, think carefully and wisely. And enjoy another Sunday Morning Coming Down and the rest of God's Day as well..