Due to postings about me not following Jesus because I took the #COVID19 shot, in which I am shocked that ‘fellow’ Christians would say that,) I now feel that it is my duty to answer those who watch or follow my work for the Kingdom. I did listen to the Lord. He’s the Great Physician and Physicians were ordained by Him. I did research and much prayer and felt no condemnation in my heart. One of the writers of Our Word was a Physician….Luke. Here are several scriptures that God led me to in my prayer and research: 1Jn 3:20 For if our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart, and knoweth all things. (My heart did not condemn me,) Tit 3:1 Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every GOOD work, AND Rom 14:22 Hast thou faith? have it to thyself before God. Happy is he that condemneth not himself in that thing which he alloweth.
I think it’s a shame how Christians are turning against each other over something like a COVID-19 shot. I actually had someone tell me today that I do not follow Jesus because I got my shot done today. You know Church we have to get it together and become stronger and wiser because fear is taking over people and it is weakening the system of God’s Kingdom of within us. The Holy Spirit and Fear WILL NOT dwell together.
As far as the COVID-19 shot is concerned I’ve been telling people this and I will repeat it here, if it makes you bow down and serve it then it is anti-Christ and not just a shot. The Johnson & Johnson shot that I got today at Rite Aid is a traditional shot. I did my research. I even asked my doctor. The other shots are RNA shots which can (allegedly) possibly lead to the changing of your DNA if satan got his hands on them. Right now, we are all about saving lives. Not to say that these shots will but I am just being sure and cautious ahead of time.
So to all of you who are afraid to take the shot remember this, there have been people who died of Covid19 whose last words led to the fact that, they wish they had taken the opportunity to get a shot when I presented itself.
Rev Essie Scott