A story out of San Antonio, Texas, shows the absurdity that the belief in COVID injections has now reached. KSAT reported that Yvonne Rodriguez is an only child, and that: "she made sure her parents Patricio and Sylvia Elizondo were vaccinated early on against COVID-19." But now they're both dead. Her mother died 3 months ago, and now her father has just died. Both were reportedly fully vaccinated. Instead of considering the possibility that the vaccine might have contributed to her father's death, or at the very least consider it was ineffective in stopping her parents' deaths, she instead continued to believe in the vaccines, and stated: “I can’t imagine how much more he would have suffered if he had not gotten the vaccine.” As Dr. Cole so eloquently stated in his presentation last week, "This is no longer science." Let's call this what it really is: it is a religion. It is a system of beliefs based not on science, but on belief in the people in charge of this system, who have taken on the role of priests, and the "gods" of medicine and vaccines. And for all the Christian Churches, Jewish Synagogues, and Muslim Mosques who pretend to believe in God, but are encouraging their members to go out and trust in the vaccines, many even offering them right there in their houses of worship, you are all IDOLATERS.
Are you a “model believer?” This passage gives us a good description of what was considered a “model believer” in the early church. It was someone who turned away from idols (and idolatry) to serve the living and true God. It was someone who set their hope for the future on Jesus, and his eventual return to earth to one day set up his physical kingdom here.
The heart of idolatry is looking to sources outside of God for our basic needs and desires in life. The idols that are erected flow out of our experiences in life, and the idol is an attempt to explain life apart from the Creator. The cure for idolatry is belief and trust in God our Creator and Redeemer. Faith in God our Creator and the Redeemer Jesus, is the opposite of idolatry, and recognizes that life depends on God the Creator, and that redemption, the forgiveness of sins and spiritual rebirth, comes from a relationship with Jesus.