Biblical Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

This article is not being written to give you more information about the spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic. There are websites designed for those updates specifically. The objective of this article is to deal with the Coronavirus Pandemic biblically. What insights does the Bible offer? Some Christians who are aware of the 1918-19 Spanish flu pandemic have been strongly reminded of Bible prophecies. Andrews has written several books on Bible prophecy and dozens of articles.

Bible’s Viewpoint: What Does It Mean to Be a True Christian?

Some feel that being a Christian is simply going to church. In many non-Western countries, Christians are viewed as a Western religion, an American religion, a European religion in the way that they worship, their customs and traditions, their dress, their celebrations, and in their treatment of women. However, the Bible tells us ...

What Did Jesus Mean When He Said, “I am the life”?

John 14:6 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through me. Jesus is “the life,” as he is the only way to the “real life” that Paul spoke of (1 Tim. 6:9), which can only come through Jesus Christ.

What Did Jesus Mean When He Said, “I am the truth”?

John 14:6 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through me. Truth is a representation of things as they are. The life, the purity, and the teaching of Jesus Christ was the most complete and perfect representation of the things of the eternal world that has been or can be presented to man.

EPHESIANS 4:30: Can Born-Again Christians Grieve the Holy Spirit?

"Not to limit speech to wholesome, helpful words makes the Holy Spirit feel grief because of our behavior. We are not saying that you can never say anything negative. Sometimes we are forced to talk about unpleasant things, particularly in solving problems in which people are involved. Teachers, ministers, employers, coaches, lawyers, police, and so on, all find it necessary to tell the truth about someone even if it is unpleasant. Whether you are solving a problem or not, you avoid speaking unwholesome words. Your intent is to build up, not tear down, to unify, not divide." - Max Anders

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