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Kentucky is showing support of biblical proportions for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Noah's Ark exhibit, 40 miles south of Cincinnati, was lit up with green after Gov. Andy Beshear called for Kentuckians to unite against the virus.
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"Today was tough for Kentucky," the Democratic governor tweeted March 31. "Tonight, let's light our homes green to honor those we've lost and commit to working even harder tomorrow to beat COVID-19."
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The Ark Encounter in Williamstown gives visitors a chance to step onboard the gigantic boat with the same dimensions recorded in the Bible.
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Michael Barnes, pastor of Linden Street Baptist Church in Richmond, told FeedLine.net his church was lit up to show compassion.
"We want people to know they're not alone and our prayers for protection are with them," Barnes said.
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On Wednesday night, Beshear shared a tribute video highlighting homes with green light with the late John Prine's "My Old Kentucky Home" song in the background.
Prine's parents are from the state. The singer died on Tuesday from the coronavirus.
And We said: "O Adam! dwell thou and thy wife in the Garden; and eat of the bountiful things therein as (where and when) ye will; but approach not this tree, or ye run into harm and transgression." (The Cow 35 )