theology March 14, 2020 Will your church hold services during National Emergency ? | PentecostalTheology.com PentecostalTheology .com Previous articlePresident Trump declares NATIONAL EMERGENCY over CORONAVIRUS Next articleThe Lonely Remnant ~ Ray E Horton 19 Comments Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson Ed Brewer Michael Ellis Carter Jr. William DeArteaga https://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2020/march/when-your-church-cant-meet-gather-your-family-for-worship-h.html?fbclid=IwAR1D2IIGxgiM_nUrawP3iidyXQwNCWSoPObCysLS-oinyn2hP3CABZAN7k4 Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson somebody tells us soon will ya Reply March 14, 2020 Joe Absher We’re answering the call for a miracle service this Sunday . in Jesus name! Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson what would that call look like? Joe Absher Reply March 14, 2020 Joe Absher Just came out in prayer . pastor says ok Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson Joe Absher came out of prayer? Reply March 14, 2020 Joe Absher You know when you talk to God and when he talks to you . prayer ? Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson JUST a QUESTION but wouldnt the antiChrist want to do exactly something like that to keep us from going to CHURCH on SUNDAY? Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson Joe Absher I dont think we have heard from ANY pastors in the group They must be thinking very hard Reply March 14, 2020 Joe Absher “Crisis makes good prayers” – Spurgeon Reply March 14, 2020 Varnel Watson Luke 21:11 cautions us that there will be ‘pestilences in various places & fearful events’ in the final days. While we don’t know if the ‘pestilences’ Jesus mentions refers directly to COVID-19, is it a warning? Most will admit it is definitely ‘fearful!’ Revelation 6:5-8 says that in the final days, the world will be rocked by subsequent famines & plagues. In the U.S., (as of yesterday, Friday 3/13) the cases of Coronavirus in 47 states have crossed 1600 infections & the death toll has risen to over 40 with an even larger impact globally. Around the world, there are over 137,445 cases & over 5,000 deaths from the virus affecting over 118 countries. The word pestilence comes from the Greek word “loymos” which means plague, a fatal epidemic disease. There are many who believe that the pestilences that Jesus spoke about will be fulfilled in the first 3 1/2 years of the seven-year tribulation period that follows the rapture. Reply March 14, 2020 Jeremy Mays In all honesty I believe people are over reacting to the coronavirus. 327 million people live in the United States, but less then 3000 people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus in the United States at the time I’m writing this. I don’t believe this warrants canceling services.y Reply March 15, 2020 Varnel Watson 327 million is a LARGE mission field WHICH will not be reached if someone dies of coronavirus BECAUSE they went to church Its a bad dilemma to deal with right now today Reply March 14, 2020 John B. Gaither We decided on a Thursday night to have church. Encouraging our older folks to think about staying home. Keep 6’ Social a Distance. Tonight, Saturday, most of my folks are either sick, hopefully other stuff, or stressed from TV coverage. So I might have some one to preach to as I go out on FB Live, if they even works. Reply March 15, 2020 Varnel Watson FB obviously works BUT why not stream the service Now were most ppl sick with coronavirus or else? Reply March 15, 2020 John B. Gaither Not that technically skilled yet, if you can teach me in one hour, I’m game. YouTube live wants 1,000 followers. I just looked at Life churces thing, but its just a link setup. I dont have a webcam to go through the computer, or intnet in the church. So my Iphone on VZW with unlimted internet, and it is my easiest bet. Reply March 15, 2020 Varnel Watson MOST churches have no services TODAY Reply March 15, 2020 Tim Anderson Yes Reply March 15, 2020 Varnel Watson INDEED such a small virus but how many thousands of churches it closed down globally even without the antiChrist Yours too? Tim Anderson Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.