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And yet it works! Two states defy Biden's orders - and open up completely!
March 3, 2021

Both Texas and Mississippi are ending government-imposed Corona measures completely, 100 percent.

People in both states will be allowed to go back to being self-sufficient.

Texas made the start. Here, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that all restrictive measures on COVID-19 would end March 10. Life goes on, as it did before Corona, without any restrictions.

"I just announced that Texas is 100% OPEN," he tweeted Tuesday afternoon. "ALL."

"With this Executive Order, we are ensuring that all Texas businesses and families have the freedom to determine their own destiny."

The official statement said:

"With medical advances in vaccines and antibody therapeutics, Texas now has the tools to protect Texans from the virus. We must do more now to restore livelihoods and normalcy for Texans by opening Texas to 100 percent. Make no mistake, COVID-19 is not gone, but it is clear from the recoveries, vaccinations, reduced hospitalizations and safe practices Texans are using that state mandates are no longer necessary. Today's announcement is not an abandonment of safe practices that Texans have mastered over the past year. Instead, it is a reminder that everyone has a role to play in their own personal safety and the safety of others. With this executive order, we are ensuring that all Texas businesses and families have the freedom to determine their own destiny."

Texas can continue to conduct more than 100,000 tests per day, he said. He said the state has invested in a variety of antibody therapeutic drugs that have saved thousands of Texans from hospitalization.

More than 2.5 million Texans who have been laboratory-detected for COVID-19 have recovered, he said.

The mask mandate has also been lifted, he said, but everyone can decide for themselves how to proceed with this new freedom. That would include companies, he said.

"If COVID-19 hospitalizations in any of the 22 hospital regions in Texas rise above 15% of the hospital bed capacity in that region for seven consecutive days, a district judge in that region may apply COVID-19 mitigation strategies. However, district judges may not impose jail sentences for failure to comply with COVID-19 orders, nor may penalties be imposed for failure to wear a face mask. If restrictions are imposed at the county level, those restrictions may not include reducing capacity to less than 50% for any type of facility. "

Mississippi immediately followed Texas' lead and also announced the repeal of all measures. Other states could follow suit.

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The best help for mourners
IN RECENT YEARS, THE TOPIC OF MISTAKE AND LOSS HAS BEEN THE SUBJECT OF MUCH RESEARCH. It is interesting to note that the advice of the best experts is consistent with the millennia-old wisdom of the Bible. This makes it clear how timeless and reliable the Bible is. But it offers much more than that - something not found in any other guidebook that can bring unexpected comfort to mourners.
The assurance that the deceased do not suffer.
"As for . . . the dead, they are not conscious of the least thing," says Ecclesiastes 9:5. Their thoughts "pass away" on the day of their death (Psalm 146:4). In keeping with this, the Bible compares death to a peaceful sleep (John 11:11).
Faith in a loving God means comfort
Psalm 34:15 says, "The eyes of Jehovah * are upon the righteous, and his ears upon their cry for help." Pouring out your heart to God in prayer is more than just good therapy or a way to help sort out thoughts. It is a bridge to building a personal friendship with God. He has the power to give real comfort to those who are grieving.
A future to look forward to
There will come a time when the deceased will come back to life, right here on earth. This is exactly what the Bible speaks of! And it describes what God will do for people then: "He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, nor will mourning nor crying nor pain be any more" (Revelation 21:3, 4).
Many who believe in Jehovah, the God of the Bible, draw amazing strength from the hope of one day seeing their deceased loved ones again. This includes Ann, whose husband died at 65: "The Bible assures me that the departed will not suffer and that God will raise up all who are in his memory. That thought comforts me when the pain comes over me again, and I manage to cope with the worst thing that has ever happened to me!"
Tina says, "I feel God helping me - since the day Timo died. Jehovah has always been by my side. And what the Bible says about the resurrection is absolutely real to me. That hope gives me the strength to go on until the day I see Timo again."
These statements reflect the feelings of millions who are convinced of the Bible's reliability. And even if you think the promises of the Bible are too good to be true - it is definitely worthwhile to see for yourself. Then you may find that its wisdom is anything but outdated and that its promises are really sound. And that it has the best help to offer to all who grieve.

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"Ask continually, and it will be given to you" (Luke 11:9).
The Bible urges genuine Christians to continue to trust in the value of prayer. "That's easier said than done," some will object. If one has been struggling with a problem for a long time or has been treated unfairly in some way, it can be hard enough to wait for an answer from God. However, it is good to keep in mind what Jesus said about perseverance in prayer.
He once told the parable of a poor widow who was persisting with an unjust judge to help her get justice (Luke 18:1-3). After the judge at first refused, he finally said to himself, "[I] will . . . , that justice be done to her, lest she continue to come and finally defeat me by striking me in the face" (Luke 18:4, 5). The judge dealt with the woman so that she would not "strike him under the eye," as the original Greek word says, or, in other words, damage his reputation. * If already an unjust judge, fearing for his reputation, helps a poor widow, how much more will our loving God help people "who cry out to him day and night" to their justice. As Jesus said, God will "make them right in haste" (Luke 18:6-8).
Instead of making a problem go away, God often gives His servants the strength to endure it (2 Corinthians 4:7).
For example, when Jesus was facing a very difficult trial, he asked his Father with all his heart to take it from him, fearing it would bring disgrace to God's name. As a result, Jehovah sent an angel to strengthen his son (Luke 22:42, 43). In the same way, God sometimes uses people close to us today to encourage us at the right moment (Proverbs 12:25). Since this is not so obvious, we may need to develop a better sense of how God answers our prayers.

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