Christian-Owned Hobby Lobby Refuses to Close Stores During Pandemic

Hobby Lobby CEO David Green and his wife, Barbara the prayer warrior


In a letter to all employees, billionaire CEO David Green told employees that they may have to “tighten their belts” during the pandemic and that the stores would remain open.

The letter said that his wife had heard a message from God.

“In my family, Barbara is the prayer warrior. Today, that title takes on such a different meaning than I ever imagined before because we are at war with this latest virus…”

“In her quiet prayer time this past week, the Lord put on Barbara’s heart three profound words to remind us that He’s in control. Guide, Guard, and Groom. We serve a God who will Guide us through this storm, who will Guard us as we travel to places never seen before, and who, as a result of this experience, will Groom us to be better than we could have ever thought possible before now.”

Cleanliness Next to Godliness

“We have increased the frequency of store cleaning, including more cleaning of areas regularly touched by customers and employees, with anti-viral cleaning products throughout the day,” the company said in a statement.

And if an employee gets sick?

“If an employee is suspected of having COVID-19 based on symptoms and/or known direct or indirect exposure, we will send that employee for medical care and to self-isolate at home, and will promptly coordinate with public health officials,” the company explained.

Earlier, Barbara the prayer warrior missed God’s message (Fake, Fraud, Forgeries) to her that their Museum of the Bible was purchasing fake fragments of the “Dead Sea Scrolls”.

Also the Green’s Museum of the Bible and Barbara the prayer warrior, ignored Gods warning (swipe, snatch, steal)  to not buy stolen antiquities that had been looted from an ancient city in Iraq.

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