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Journalism 10l about the  Pandemic of 2020 is how I surf the storm that took me by force.  Watching the pattern of the storm and its victims, makes for a great subject.  The affects and effects and how it affects lives are universally sensationalized.  How it is projected and  injected into our lives on impact to demobilize, destabilize, paralyze, and of how political parties might mobilized mankind is obvious

Evidently, from the very root and origin of this plague, an injection called COVID 19 panic has taken centre fold as the medical field spread wonder words. Wondering how might they sterilizes the mystery virus with new inventions to intervene normal lives an invention that is clearly indicative of a plan of violation and invasion by a coming injection. Mimicking the trend of the Covid19 wind is blowing from the North to the South, and from the East to West. But there is a wind rattling from the bowels of hell that many people seem not to notice.

The angelic armies of God are suspended in the air just waiting to see what the reactions of mankind next move will be.  Many of us are moving along juxtaposition with the virus. Some of us are in total oblivion.  Fake media news accelerated our new telecom.  Once again they need another man to ransom. Jesus came to fulfill prophecies.  With Jesus’ words came amazing promises after promise. Jesus read Isaiah’s prophecy out loud. The spirit of the Lord is upon me… that is,  The scripture says that,  He has sent me to bind up the broken hearted… and Jesus came to heal the broken hearted, to proclaim good news to the poor, to bind up the broken hearted and bring liberty to captives.  Right now we have a spiritual war going on, and many are in captivity. The wars and rumors of war the scripture warns us of is the fake news we are being fed everyday.  Nothing is true, not the census, not the surveys, or the statistics. Every is rebuttals to make lies seems genuine and true.

Remember we cannot tell the wind what direction to blow. But we can fortify our shelter, seek out God our fortress to sustain the damage of the wind.  When Jesus gave us the parable of the building a house, he was referring to times of destitution, destruction and degradation such as this.

This pandemic has left the world with much to grapple with.  Many of the stories are concrete bricks for us to struggle with and stumble. I urge you to hold and build a firm foundation on Jesus’ warning messages using the parable of building a house..

The Parable of the Wise and the Foolish Builders taught by Jesus appears in the Gospel of Matthew (7:24–27) and Luke (6:46–49). The parable gives a fundamental illustration of how pivotal that knowledge of Scriptural messages  would be to Christians on such a time as this.



I grew up in the beautiful island of Saint Lucia. Migrated to Toronto Canada since 1988 and has resided in Toronto ever since. I studied at Seneca College and graduated with a Diploma in General Arts and Science (GAS). Afterward, I started an under graduate at University of Toronto majoring in English. I am still still registered as a Woods Worth Student. I went on to pursue a degree in Adult Education at Brock University where I graduated in 2009. Now I am presently a Niagara University student enrolled in the Teacher Education program (BPS). I am known for my ambition to follow through with commitments and help others as well

I worked as a Teacher's Aid at the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). I am also worked as a Security Guard, and Sales Associate at the Bay occasionally. Currently I am employed with a financial institution as a Lending Specialist.

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