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A change for the better

The AP reported on a poll of Americans that asked the question, “Is the coronavirus outbreak God telling humanity to change how we are living?” Among all who believe in God, 31% t believe it strongly and 31% believe it somewhat. The question we must ask is: Change what, how?

Notice that God sent the pandemic at the most opportune time to allow President Donald Trump to demonstrate, bigly, his incompetence and callousness, just before the next election. God shows us how to redeem our sin of November 2016 and go forward changed, with a renewed spirit.

Daniel Peterson

Coeur d’Alene


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