Bernard Baruch once said “There are no such things as incurable, there are only things for which man has not found a cure.”
One of the challenges we face with this coronavirus is that, there is no antibodies. We never seen the strain of this virus, so there is no remedy yet. Researchers are working thoroughness to develop a vaccine, most reports say is going to take about a year or more. Without the cure, where is the mercy of the virus. A physician, specialized in infectious diseases said there are diseases he treated 30 years ago that he doesn’t see them today because we found the antidote and vaccines were developed. What use to harm us, doesn’t harm us anymore.
Until you have the cure, you don’t have to be afraid of the disease but about the viruses that you can’t see with microscope, thus guilt, fear, depression and addiction. Some virus can’t be treated with physical vaccines. There are poisons that can affect our thinking and our self esteem. If we only have the antidote to deal with our guilt from our past mistakes, the time we fail and our decision making then now we will go around in regret, down ourselves. We only have the cure for our disappointments. Also we try always to live better into cure with no passion.
The good news is that, 2000 years ago, the antidote was developed for everything that will come against us, not by leading scientists but by the Son of the Living God. When Jesus went to the cross, He not only bore our sins but He also bored our weakness and failures. You are at the mercy of what is coming against you. Two thousand years ago, the antidote was created. What the enemy meant for harm, God is going to use to your advantage.
All that you need is to receive God’s mercy and move forward. You can’t reach your destiny if you are always looking back. Nothing you have done is a surprise to God. He knew every mistake you would make, every failure. You can still get to where you supposed to be but you have to shake the guilt and move forward in life.
AMOFA YAW OWUSU
KNUST- OBUASI CAMPUS