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Greetings Family,

I hope this post finds you in the best of health and with a renewed spirit.

There have been many questions asked about the current (there will be others) viral pathogen that has encircled our world.

Many people are looking for answers and many have fears about the continuation of this viral pathogen.

I don’t have all the answers, but I do have free will. It is up to me to make those decisions which impact my life.

No, I am not an anti-vaxxer as I have had many vaccinations during the course of my life. But I am pro-freedom of choice. It is my right to decide if I trust mRNA vaccines or any vaccine that has not received permanent approval by the FDA. Although an Emergency Use Authorization EUA is granted during a public health emergency the medication has not received permanent approval and the EUA could be withdrawn at any time. Even though EUAs are designed to help people get immediate assistance, it’s not uncommon for tests or therapies granted EUAs to end up being ineffective. In the case of COVID-19 tests and treatments, the FDA issued EUAs it later revoked.

If you believe that getting a Covid-19 vaccine is prudent for you, then I support your decision. And for those who have unanswered questions and concerns and have decided not to take any of the current vaccines…I also support your decision.

So what is the best course of action? Well, at this moment in time, I believe following the words given to us by God would certainly help.

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

That said, I would like to welcome our two newest followers of Pressing the Issue.

In keeping with my promise to acknowledge every new family member, let’s all give a warm welcome to hernandm985hotmailcom and perlaclay.

Take care.

Keep praying.

I love you all.

Peace.

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