Wash Your Hands
ash your hands. That's good advice. We need more than that. Some say a vaccine will save the world. We'll see. Every once in a while, we are reminded that we live in a dangerous, dirty, and deadly environment. In times like these, we need a Savior. When surrounded by an unseen and invisible enemy, without sword or spear, it is precisely the time and opportunity for Faith to lay hold of God. Now we have the needle. We need more. We have something more powerful, more magnificent and mighty, which is “sharper than a two-edged sword.” Thank God we have it. We have the Sword of the Spirit, the Bible. The Bible is an Armory, an Arsenal, an Answer to every fear and every foe.
Ever since Adam fell and failed to follow God’s simple warning, mankind has had to fight against the world’s most deadly pathogen, sin. Sin has turned the earth into a bloody battlefield, a way or sorrows, a vast cemetery, a slough of despond. Today, a pestilence and pandemic has caused somewhat of a panic, with this plague, a Pandoras Box of anxiety has been opened. We live in a world where a piece of ice can sink the Titanic, and where a microscopic virus, can bring an entire planet to its knees. Pontus Pilate thought washing his hands was enough. It was not. We can wash our hands, but only God can wash a heart- id