The news is out: [Virginia Bishop Gerald Glenn had preached messages of keeping the faith for more than 40 years.
The former police officer, who also served as the county’s chaplain, gave his last in-person sermon on March 22. His message was “God is bigger than the coronavirus.”
Two weeks later, he died from the illness.
Some people were baffled by his death, wondering why God didn’t protect the family from the virus, Crawley said.
But when Glenn told congregants that “God is bigger than the coronavirus,” that’s not what he meant, Crawley said.]
It’s a deadly blasphemy to say anything bad about the coronavirus. God just works in delirious ways.