An Open Letter to Christians

by the Editor
Published 4/5/2021
Spelling and grammar mistakes corrected - 6/5/2021 and 12/5/2021

This is an open letter to all Christians going along with the "official" Covid-19 narrative.

It has long been established by those outside of the corrupt mainstream media that Covid-19 (if it even exists) is not a serious illness and that the reaction by the governments across the earth has caused death, illness and misery affecting billions of people.

Many Churches have closed their building and negated public worship.

Some, in scenes reminiscent of the money lenders in the temple, have even allowed places of worship to be used perversely as centres for the experimental poison mRNA jab to be injected into people. These jabs have been implicated in over 1000 UK deaths already on the MHRA Yellow Card System (the real total could be much higher). Those injecting in these sacred places should surely be kicked out.

As a Christian do you believe in a Saviour that makes the blind see, the lame walk and that has conquered death?

If so are you living in fear of either a virus which if it exists has a nigh on 0% death rate?

Maybe you are in fear of the social reaction to standing against the lies?

Does Jesus live in fear of illness? The book of Luke seems to illustrate He doesn't:

"38¶ And he arose out of the Synagogue, and entred into Simons house: and Simons wiues mother was taken with a great feuer, and they besought him for her.

39And he stood ouer her, and rebuked the feuer, & it left her. And immediatly she arose, & ministred vnto them.

40¶ Now when the Sunne was setting, all they that had any sicke with diuers diseases, brought them vnto him"

Luke Chapter 4 Verses 38-40, King James 1611 Bible

As we see above Jesus did not fear to approach Simon's ill mother in law and rebuke a fever out of her. He didn't stop to put on a mask or gloves or douse Himself with hand sanitizer. Nor do we hear of Him measuring out a 2 metre distance between Himself and Simon's mother in law.

I present for you now,a few more scriptures:

"9 Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and giuen him a Name which is aboue euery name:

10 That at the Name of Iesus euery knee should bow, of things in heauen, and things in earth, and things vnder the earth:

11 And that euery tongue should confesse, that Iesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father."

Philippians Chapter 2, Verses 9-11, King James 1611 Bible

The name Jesus/Yeshua is above all illness. Covid-19, if it exists, is a vastly exaggerated attack on us. It is shutting down public worship. Even if it were high risk disease (which it isn't), the name of Jesus/Yeshua would still hold authority over it.

"7 For God hath not giuen vs the spirit of feare, but of power, of loue, and of a sound minde."

2Timothy Chapter 1 Verse 7, King James 1611 Bible

Why should we fear Covid-19? God has not appointed us to live in fear of it.

"28 Saying, Did not wee straitly command you, that you should not teach in this Name? And behold, yee haue filled Hierusalem with your doctrine, and intend to bring this mans blood vpon vs.

29 ¶ Then Peter, and the other Apostles answered, and saide, Wee ought to obey God rather then men."

Acts Chapter 5, Verses 28-29, King James 1611 Bible

We should obey God rather than men. Whilst we shouldn't seek to break laws for the sake of it (though I would argue the Coronavirus Act is a breach of the constitution and therefore not lawful anyway); isn't this a case where we should be meeting together in worship? We have a saviour who healed the sick so why should we be at all afraid of illness? Covid-19 is nothing out of the ordinary, it is the response that is abnormal.

Stop the new abnormal and get the Church buildings open without any restrictions.

One more to leave with you for now:

"2 Grace be to you, and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Iesus Christ.

3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Iesus Christ, who hath blessed vs with all spirituall blessings in heauenly places in Christ:"

Ephesians Chapter 1, Verses 2 and 3, King James 1611 Bible