The Chicago Tribune article titled, Trump is not the boss of Pritzker or Lightfoot, moaned opinions who should tell or order who what best to do during the pandemic.

The Purpose of This Post

Is to give my opinion what if the best thing to do with their time during the pandemic starting by discerning the following Ecclesiastes verse.  

King Solomon

It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting: for that is the end of all men; and the living will lay it to his heart. (Ecclesiastes 7:2)

What’s My Point?

Those who spend time to discern the meaning of the above verse will be guided on a path to understand, obtain knowledge and advice how best to live their lives now and in the future.

In My Opinion

This post is not intended to be considers as being another religious zealot “I told you so” in the midst of a pandemic. Rather it is to be a somber reminder that “he told us so” and perhaps the wisdom may comfort and guide us to discern in our contemporary times.

Listening to different advice and opinions of what to do or not to do during the pandemic will hopefully prevent us from becoming affected

However, in my opinion, I wish our leaders could order that everyone must use our time during the pandemic to discern the ancient wisdom advice of Ecclesiastes and hopefully the Bible.

If Interested

Read the Source Links Below and listen to the Alistair Begg sermon link.

You Decide

If after reading or listening to the advice, will you agree with my orders that you are now wiser and not as fearful of life when the next pandemic or death of you or your loved one occurs?

Regards and goodwill blogging.

Ecclesiastes Chapter Seven

Bible hub – Gills Commentaries on Individual verse

Sermon Link: ‘Chasing the Wind’ by Alistair Begg (Ecclesiastes)