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Should Christians pass around the posts about self proclaimed psychic Sylvia Browne “predicting” the coronavirus in 2020?
 
I have been seeing several Christians (many close friends whom I love) sharing this post. Can I ask you to reconsider?
 
First, the prediction is vague on purpose and doesn’t really match up to the coronavirus. It did not appear suddenly. It followed the normal timelines of a virus. It didn’t (at least yet) disappear suddenly. It’s not a severe pneumonia like illness. 80% of those who get it will have more mild symptoms and will recover (though it can lead to pneumonia in some).
 
That all said, even if the numbers I looked up were wrong, she’s still a psychic. She’s not a prophet. Many…. many… of her predictions are wrong. Even if she got this 100% right, as I have said in other places… even a blind dog finds a bone every once in awhile. God’s revelation does not have error so what’s is the source of these predictions?
 
But here’s the main reason we should not share this around. We (as Christians) need to be pushing out light, hope, and love through Jesus Christ during this time of panic. That doesn’t mean everything you post has to have a Bible verse on it but it shouldn’t go against the Bible either.
 
For example….
 
“Do not turn to mediums or necromancers; do not seek them out, and so make yourselves unclean by them: I am the Lord your God.” Leviticus 19: 31
 
“Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.” 1 John 4: 1
 
Some random thoughts to consider.
 
Pastor Tom Hypes
tsflife.com

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A lot of people claim they are a Christian but do not really know what that means. To be a Christian is to be one who has accepted Jesus as Leader and Forgiver in your life by acknowledging with your mouth that He is the Son of God and believing in your heart He died and rose again. To come with repentance to be forgiven and given a new life… a new start.

Then living a life where you die to yourself, live like and follow Christ, dive into Christian community including church, and fulfill our calling of reaching others for the Lord in truth, love, and action. Within the Church community, to care for one another and to disciple one another to grow in this life daily.

Be cautious. The Bible tells us that there will be a day when we all stand before Him and there will be those who call Him “Lord, Lord” and He will say “I know you not.” Start a personal relationship with Him that impacts everything. If you need help or have questions, feel free to touch base.

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