Above – Gov. Beshear addresses the people of Kentucky on Saturday, April 11th.
A husband and father, whose own Son must forgo his Baptism this Easter Sunday, because of a horrid Virus that is attacking the State of Kentucky as Governor Andrew Beshear spoke to all our Citizens. Informing us, encouraging us and making us understand just how important it is at this time to remain vigilant with “social distancing” – which is terminology which normally I would hate, but in the predicament we find ourselves in currently MUST BE followed.
A man who must face the battle of his life after just having been elected December 10th of 2019, not even having had time to adjust to his new position before having to take on this battle.
The State of Kentucky is lucky to have Governor Beshear.
I cannot remember the last time I thought that way about an elected leader in the Governor’s office. Immediately upon taking Office he restored voting rights to 156,000 Non-Violent Felony Offenders, which was a welcome move.
On this day before Easter, I want to thank Governor Beshear for everything he has done and is doing to help our people survive this war we have been thrown into – for whatever reason, from whatever source. That is a story for another day.
Today, I just want to Thank Our Lord and Governor Beshear – for caring, and for being there when we need you most.
Trying days are ahead for all of us in this Country. We will deal with them as they come. We must learn to help each other and ourselves as much as possible and most of all to care and love one another.
Prayers are being said for those of us across the Country who have succumb to this illness and the families left behind.
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday. Remember this – your home IS your Church!
“For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”
Keep your Children close and celebrate this day the Lord hath made, together, in peace and love.