The crazy thing is, you can find piles of videos, articles, and graphs to back up any number of contradictory theories about the origin of the virus, its ability to spread, how dangerous it is, and what should be done about it. All of this highlights one supreme concept, one that every sane person really, really wants.
To know the truth.
As time goes on, we’ll find out more of the facts, of what the truth “was” all along. But by then, the consequences may well have changed certain aspects of our lives forever.
When times like these happen, the relativistic philosophy of our age sort of fades into the background. It is a useless bunch of nonsense. Why? Because the virus is either a threat to the nations or it isn’t. It can’t be both ways. Everyone has a very clear opinion about it, and acts accordingly. The emptying of the stores is proof of what most people obviously believe.
This is when the Christian can and should shine. We do not make our decisions based on the myriad of opinions expressed on our digital screens. And though we don’t deny common sense and prudent decisions, we do not fly into a panic. Why? Because our thinking is not governed by what others do, but by what we believe about and from the God of truth. If this is true,
Then the happiest, calmest, most content, most generous, and most helpful people in the world should be…