Jake McCandless continues his series, “Prophetic Lessons from Covid”. In this series Jake reflects on the Covid-19 pandemic and the faith fallout with it, seeing it as a “test run” or “shot across the bow”. For those tracking in Bible prophecy before the pandemic they had the unique experience of being warned, being called to try to warn, and then seeing it come to pass in some way. Very few prophetic voices have been able to see such a hint of what they were warned about come to pass. It’s time we reflect on the possible prophetic lessons from that time.
What lessons can be learned prophetically from covid?
This episode is for watchmen or watchwomen who not only track Bible prophecy and its unfolding, but who also help others prepare. Due to what they see being fulfilled, most watchmen feel the end of the age is soon upon us. How the events of Covid took a reprieve and didn’t usher in The End should teach us that prophetic events won’t happen as soon as we think. For one generation it will, but not for all. Watchmen need to keep the urgency, but balance it with God’s patience.