When Hundson Taylor went to china, he made the voyage on a sailing vessel. As it neared the channel between the southern Malay Peninsula and the island of Sumatra, the missionary heard an urgent knock on his stateroom door. As he opened it, there stood the captain of the ship. “Mr. Taylor,” he said, “we have no wind. We are drifting toward an island where the people are heathen, and I fear they are cannibals.” “What can I do?” asked Taylor. I understand that you have believe in God. I want you to pray for wind. “ “ All right, Captain, I will, but you must set the sail. “ “Why?” “That’s ridiculous! Threr’s not even the slightest breeze. Besides, the sailors will think I’m crazy.” But finally, because of Taylor’s insistence, he agreed. Forty-five minutes later, he returned and found the missionary still on his knees. “You can stop praying now,” said the captain. “We’ve got more wind than we know what to do with!”. Natural laws were suspended through demonstration of faith and these fait-filled heroes overcame difficult situations in life and became valiant in fight. They aid a tremendous rice for what they believed in. they were men and women who would not accept deliverance or any other blessing on the condition that they deny their faith but held on till they died for the truth they held so dear. We must recognize that great things can only happen when we put our faith to work during challenges and trials. As we approach the very end of the end-time, it’s not only the love of many that are waxing cold but their faith also are nose diving. In order not to falter or fall, our faith must be focused only on God, most especially this time of Coronavirus such that no matter the circumstances that arise, we are able to hold firm till the end.