Pastor George Davis of Impact Church in Jacksonville, Florida, Says That in the Last 10 Days, 6 Members of His Church Have DIED of the Coronavirus Plague, 4 of Them Were Under the Age of 35, All of Them Were Healthy, and the Only Thing They Had in Common Was That They Were Not Vaccinated. He Also Said That 15 to 20 Members Are Now in the Hospital, Another 10 Are at Home With the Virus and 3 to 5 Vaccinated Members Also Tested Positive. (That is a total of 41 people who are sick or dead from the coronavirus plague in one church, no doubt more than that are infected. And this is a church that had the vision, the money and the personnel to do everything right to protect the people and it still broke through. This is an outbreak in one church but sad to say this is happening across America but some pastors are not telling the truth like this pastor.) Daniel Whyte III, who has been warning pastors and churches that this plague is primarily against the church, again warns pastors and churches: do as you please, but this is not the time to be having in-person meetings. Do not underestimate God’s rebuke and chastisement through the coronavirus plague and do not underestimate this plague. It is not wise to have any kind of in-person meetings. You need to focus on online services only for right now because the church and the nation are facing the abyss. That is not only coming from my mouth; it is also coming from Dr. Fauci and other health officials and it is coming from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) in Great Britain. If the church is a strong church, it will do fine online. As someone has said, the church has never been about the building. Pastors, you do not want family members, especially from outside of the church, blaming you for the death of their children, spouses, parents, aunties, and uncles, and you do not want that guilt on your conscience, period. So here is a word to the wise: stop encouraging people to come to the church building for in-person meetings, because this Indian Delta variant will cause people to start dying in the street, and worse variants are already here and more are coming. So pastors, be “wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove.”
Daniel Whyte III wrote on May 19, 2021:
Daniel White III tells pastors you can do as you please, however you would be wise to not start in-person services until you see what the end is going to be regarding the coronavirus plague. You need to continue with online services until you have peace from God that this plague is over. Otherwise, if you follow Biden and his administration in their happy talk, which is reminiscent of the Trump happy talk but different and slicker, you will be held responsible for many coronavirus cases and deaths among your church members and I don’t care who you are, you don’t want that on your conscience and mind as a pastor, because a pastor is kind of like a father: he can handle being sick, but he doesn’t want to see the children get sick.
Now on a lighter note, you black Christians tickle me. For the most part, you hated President Trump, but many of you black pastors act like you are card-carrying members of the Trump club. Trump foolishly disobeyed what I told him repeatedly to do to handle the coronavirus plague but rather adopted this gung-ho ‘we can beat this plague’ foolishness and rhetoric which COST HIM THE ELECTION, and just like many Trump club members you even refuse to get the vaccine, and yet you still want to gather people together in a church building, knowing that you are risking the lives of your church members and your life and your family’s lives, when as I have told you many times this plague is against the CHURCH because of her sin and hypocrisy, especially the sins of adultery, fornication, homosexuality, supporting homosexuality and homosexual marriage and church membership for sodomites, swinging, the raping of women, and the molesting of children. But as I said, do as you please. However, there are pastors and pastor’s wives and church members on the verge of death and thousands of church members have already died because of this gung-ho foolishness and rhetoric that says we are going to defeat this coronavirus plague and if I die from the coronavirus plague I’m saved so it doesn’t matter. This plague will not end until the church repents, prays, seeks God’s face, turns from her wicked ways, and gets back to Jesus her first love, and it will not end until God says so, not when Trump says so or when Biden says so.
A Jacksonville church pastor said in the last 10 days, six of his church members have died from COVID-19, and more of their members are currently in the hospital.
Now the church is pushing to get as many people vaccinated as possible.
Senior Pastor George Davis at Impact Church in Arlington told News4Jax on Friday his phone hasn’t stopped ringing in the last week.
“In the last 10 days, we have had six members of our church who passed away from COVID. Four of them were under the age of 35. All of them were healthy, and the only thing they had in common was they were not vaccinated,” he said.
He says 15 to 20 members are now in the hospital, another 10 or so are at home with the virus and three to five vaccinated members also tested positive.
“It’s pain,” Davis said. “These are actual people that I know, that I have pastored. One 24-year-old kid, I’ve known him since he was a toddler.”
Davis said it was late July when they first learned a member tested positive. From then, it’s been a cascade of additional cases. Those who passed, he says, weren’t in the hospital long before they died.
During church services, Davis said the church requires masks, the auditorium is thoroughly cleaned in between services, it practices social distancing and offers hand sanitizer.
Davis said Friday he’s certain after speaking with the families of those members they contracted it from somewhere outside of the church.
Even though the church follows CDC guidance, Davis is pushing to get more people vaccinated.
The church held a vaccine event in March where he says 800 people were vaccinated.
With the surge in the greater Jacksonville community, and in his church, they’re now holding another event on Sunday. The event is open to the public.
“All I know is my heart’s passion is to help the people that I’m called to serve and do whatever I can to help see to it that they are in a healthier place,” Davis said.
Davis encourages everyone to get informed and get vaccinated. The free vaccine event is Sunday at the church from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The church is working with UF Health and offering the Pzifer vaccine.
The first memorial service for the members who passed will be this weekend.
SOURCE: News4Jax, Marilyn Parker