Plague Epidemic In Madagascar


The same plague known as the Black Death centuries ago has hit the capital of Madagascar, Antananarivo, and other populated cities, setting off a panic.

As of last Monday, 387 cases were reported.

It took two weeks after the initial onset of the disease to detect it, which hinders treatment and control.

The plague currently spreading in Madagascar is pneumonic, which spreads rapidly through coughing and it can kill within 24 hours.

Some people die of the plague every year, although this deadly form of plague in Madagascar has spread rapidly without detection.

The World Health Organization (WHO) delivered 1.2 million doses of antibiotics to fight the disease, even so, WHO reports the risk of spread throughout Madagascar is high because the country is impoverished and they lack critical medical supplies, such as protective garments to prevent infection.

The Word of God tells us concerning the time of the Lord’s return,

“Nation shall rise against nation, kingdom against kingdom, and there shall be famines, pestilences and earthquakes in diverse places” Matthew 24:7.

This news, together with the recent news that antibiotics are becoming less effective against disease, is very troubling, if one doesn’t know the Prince of Peace.

God always gives His people peace in the midst of the storm, which is one of the benefits of knowing God and accepting salvation through His Son, Jesus.

“Great peace have they which love Your (God’s) law and nothing shall offend them” Psalms 119:165 (emphasis added).

I wouldn’t sell my peace for a million dollars. If you don’t have that kind of peace, wouldn’t you like to have it?

You can have perfect peace, even in the middle of the worst situation, just repent and surrender your life and your will to God, and He will give you great peace!

Jesus said,

“Peace I leave with you, My peace I give unto you, not as the world gives, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid” John 14:27.

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Be prepared for emergencies of any kind: because you never know what the day has in store!

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