COVID-19 has ushered in uncertain times—-not experienced by anyone who is currently alive. The Spanish flu of 1918 taught us lessons that apparently have been largely forgotten.
Back then, we learned that masks of any kind help, and filtered masks were the best.
Back then we learned that sunlight was the best disinfectant and open air hospitals became the norm. They may not have known that needed vitamin D is produced from exposure of the skin to sunlight.
But then the focus turned to bacteria and the antibiotics were our savior. So no longer hospitals built with soaring roof lines and tons of windows that allowed cross ventilation and fresh air. Hospitals begin to be built exactly like hotels or apartment buildings. Exchanging air between rooms, with low ceilings, and small non-opening windows.
I’ve read that if we were to redesign hospitals now knowing what we know, they would look a lot more like the newer airport terminals. Large, open, soaring, glassed monuments to sunlight. Additionally, windows would open to allow scads of fresh air exchange.
It is hard to have faith in uncertain times. However, the loss of control that we are feeling is merely the loss of the illusion of control. Because in reality, we cannot control how much oxygen our lungs absorb even when things are healthy.
We live in a broken world. We read that it began in Genesis chapter three. But I’ve read the end of the book and I know how it ends. Those who have a saving relationship with Jesus can walk in faith and not fear.
In John chapter 3, Nicodemus was seeking answers and certainty about eternity. He never expected the answer he received. His ridiculous follow up question shows how flat-footed he was when he heard it. The truth tends to do that.
“Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.” - Matt 10:28
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