Benjamin was brought to Egypt and Joseph revealed himself to his half-brothers, requesting all the family relocate to Egypt, which they did. When Jacob died, the brothers feared Joseph would take revenge and they pleaded for forgiveness and mercy.
Six hundred physicians recently signed a letter to President Trump calling for an end to the coronavirus lockdowns. The physicians wrote that, far from protecting public health, the lockdowns are causing “exponentially growing negative health consequences” for millions of Americans.
On the last Wednesday in May, a freight train pulled into London and set off a shredded paper celebration of the reopening of the old silk road. The train had during the previous 18 days carried a load of freight from central China through Pakistan and Russia and under the English Channel. China viewed the achievement as a public relations home run. European experts were not quite so sure.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on May 26 issued a proclamation giving the green light to more services and activities in a second phase of the state’s plan to reopen from mandatory pandemic closures.
Life in quarantine has made us all feel like orphans, to one degree or another. We stay at home. We avoid crowds to reduce the risk of either catching the virus or infecting other people. Many of us are dealing with feelings of isolation, depression, boredom, and hopelessness. Lack of social contact and interaction has made us feel, well…alone. We let fear and impatience get a toehold on us. We can even begin to question the God who loves us, Who made us, who promises that he hears the cries from His children, Who promises to deliver us from our sin and suffering… to always be there.