You should know that at a press conference in Albany on Monday, April 13, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo boasted about the reduction of Coronavirus cases in New York by stating:
“The number is down because we brought the number down. God did not do that. Fate did not do that. Destiny did not do that. A lot of pain and suffering did that.”
My dear reader, in spite of the fact that houses of worship are closed due to the Coronavirus, religious leaders and people of all faiths all over the world have been and are lifting our voices in prayer pleading for an end to the suffering of this pandemic.
You should also know that fervent prayers from this past Holy Week, Passover, and Easter have been said alongside the prayers of Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and people of every faith, even Pope Francis was seen laid out on the floor of the Vatican immersed in fervent prayer this past Easter.
It is important for you to know that in the Holy Bible, Isaiah 48:11 God said:
“For My own sake, for My own sake, I will act; For how can My name be profaned? And My glory I will not give to another.”
Ladies and gentlemen, Governor Cuomo’s blaspheme must not be tolerated. We must praise the Lord for His relief of any suffering. We must not profane God’s name. We must not deny the truth of God’s mercy and we must live in gratitude to the Lord for all good things. We must not only credit ourselves, to do so would be blasphemous.
We must continue to pray for an end to this suffering, and for strength and peace for those who have lost loved ones. Despite of the fact that Governor Andrew Cuomo’s words makes it evident that he does not believe in the power of prayer, we shall continue to pray for God’s tender mercies.
I am Councilman Reverend Rubén Díaz, and this is what you should know.
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