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Easter Holiday

As we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, it’s high time to thank God for keeping us safe and maintaining our good health during this time of pandemic.

Some have lost their loved ones to coronavirus. Others have been drained out of their resources due to high cost of treatment. May God remember all those infected and affected. May He comfort them and strengthen their faith in Him.

Let’s not forget that God knew us before we were formed in our mother’s womb. He promises never to leave us alone. He was with the children of Israel when they reached the red sea. Could they have imagined that the water would give the way? But God did it….and there was a way through!

They reached the wilderness where there was no sign of water to quench their thirst…God provided away out!

Those who were dead and people had lost hope…He made them live again! And the sick…..He restored their health!

He gave hope to the hopeless. No matter what we are going through, God will make a way… it may be dark in the night, but the morning is coming and the sun will shine once again!

Just hold on!

Happy Easter!

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How Coronavirus has affected the festive season

The festive season has come at a time coronavirus has become a thorn in the flesh. At Christmas Eve, there were many ways on how to usher the Christmas day. The tradition being joining the congregation at the church to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

Others celebrate the same with their friends at home or meeting places such as bars. All having the same goal of ushering the birth of Jesus celebrations.

It is sad that the joyous moment will not take place this year. People have to stay at home to avoid being caught at the wrong side of the law. By 10pm, the curfew rule dictates that everyone to be in the house.

Then, will people sleep early? Not at all. Many have joined their family members and they will be following live programs from their favourite TV stations.

Those who enjoy taking some drinks have already bought enough to carry the day.

Whether in towns or country side, most people are well set for the festive season. But in town, some may celebrate it behind bars.

So let’s be careful and follow the guidelines given by the authority.