If the furniture store down the block can open their doors, it seems the church should have, too.
Blake Fischer

Sadly, you have no idea what you’re talking about. The church is open and serving thousands now. If you do any kind of research you will hear exactly why they couldn’t immediately open. Though it may not matter, because you likely won’t give them the benefit of the doubt…indicating you don’t want to see them succeed, but want to see them fail to fit your narrative.

The church will likely be ‘flooded’ with people during the weekend services in the coming weeks because Joel’s message is just what they NEED in this time. He doesn’t preach that bad things will never happen to believers (contrary to your accusation). Instead, he preaches what the Bible says: that even in the middle of a terrible situation God has good plans for you and give you hope for a future (Jer. 29:11) and to hold on to the hope you have in God.

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