This former addict's life was saved by a church that refused to obey lockdown orders: "None of these things would have happened if Trinity closed its doors" ๐Ÿ™Œ
ยท ยท Jan 11, 2022 ยท

The government's cure for Covid has always been worse than the disease, and it started in early 2020 when authorities deemed churches as non-essential parts of society.

Trinity Bible Chapel in Ontario refused to close its doors, penning an epic response to the secular authorities that wanted to shut it down.

As a result, the church has gotten into a lengthy battle with the government over its decision to gather to obey God rather than men. For a time, the government even locked the doors and fined its elders:

And yet Trinity Bible refused to back down and refused to stop meeting.

This is the fruit of that decision:

The need for the salvation and healing found only in Jesus Christ did not stop because a vastly survivable virus from China got out of a lab.

The reality that we are all going to leave this world โ€“ and the eternal consequences for those who have not put their faith in Christ โ€“ were not suspended in March 2020.

The Gospel and the Lordship of Christ have always been infinitely more important than whatever trite excuses for tyranny the government can muster under the guise of "public health."

Our communities are suffering from the dark consequences of sin as addiction, abuse, and depression grip our nation and our world.

With the world still cowering from the 'Rona and pretending it's the worse thing ever, what are we doing to make sure the least of these are being reached??

There are people like Jennifer in your community. Refuse to turn them away.

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