Here is the nytimes.com article entitled, He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and No Where to Sell Them: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/14/technology/coronavirus-purell-wipes-amazon-sellers.html?referringSource=articleShare&fbclid=IwAR21CgDtoo9AHgffX5Vzcw8VaxgRjHrfCWvPZIjl0WzwPNhYaH45Wd4nXZ8 .
Even though I would like to share what the article stated with you, I can't... because I would have to sign in... and didn't want to.
So, if you want to see/read it, please click on that link and sign in.
On the picture I saw on that link, I thought that man looked upset.
I have no idea.
However, knowing that the title stated he had sanitizer and nowhere to sell it, didn't make me shocked.
I felt that nytimes.com... did NOT help that man.
After all, I believe that he would have been helped if anyone/everyone could have read that article... even though they didn't have to sign in.
Thinking about that, made me think about 2 Timothy 3:1, "This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.".
Amen! This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.
Even though nytimes.com wouldn't allow anyone to see it, unless they clicked and signed in... I believe I was not the ONLY person who wouldn't sign in.
Hopefully, he will be able to help people by selling them the sanitizer to help them to use it to help to prevent them from gaining Coronavirus.
However, since many people wouldn't sign in, he and other people may be hurt.
Unfortunately, not just that man may have been hurt... I believe that anyone who truly needed to purchase sanitizer wouldn't have just been happy to have been able to read that article... by signing in.
Maybe I am not correct in my thinking. But hopefully, that man who has it for people will do well... and people who need/want it... will be able to receive it and be well.
Please realize that because during this... Coronavirus time... which may be a perilous time for all/everyone who need to be helped... I will pray.
Until next time...
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