(CBN NEWS) — After dealing with the ups and downs of the COVID pandemic for almost two years, many Christians across the country are back in the pews attending worship services once again. But just as the pandemic affected churches’ attendance and finances, it has also left its mark in a different way – some of the faithful have left the church they attended before the rise of COVID to attend a new congregation.
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The pandemic propelled people toward life changes of all kinds over the past two years, including career shifts, new relationships, and relocation. And that includes new churches too.
More than 4,000 churches closed in America in 2020. Over that same time, over 20,000 pastors left the ministry.
Churches and synagogues were targeted for strict adherence to the most draconian interpretation of blue governor lockdown diktats. And, being open, welcoming houses of God, they were easily monitored and were willingly compliant.
Mosques, on the other hand, remained unaffected by any kefir laws. Being closed to outside scrutiny, and granted special white glove privacy rights by Democrat rulers, the mosques were fully attended every week, because the mosques are openly hostile to infidels sticking their nose inside their tent. Closed and hostile to outsiders and blatantly flouting their host nation’s laws.
So God’s houses lay empty and decaying, while Allah’s grew and strengthened.
Once again, examples of Communism and Islamism working hand-in-glove.
They thought I had given up because I was on my knees, until I said Amen.