‘Top Chef Masters’ winner dies at 59 from coronavirus: What to do when you cannot see God’s hand

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Floyd Cardoz won Season 3 of Top Chef Masters. He donated his $100,000 winnings to the Young Scientist Cancer Research Fund at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in memory of his father.

Cardoz
began his career as a salad cook. Within three years, he became the sous-chef,
then chef de cuisine. He made a name for himself running the Indian fusion restaurant
Table in Manhattan. After testing positive for COVID-19 on March 18, he was
being treated at a New Jersey hospital. He died Wednesday at the age of
fifty-nine.

A colleague said of him, “I feel so terrible for his family and his two sons. All the cooks and managers that worked under him. Easily one of the most beloved people in the business.” He added, “As great a chef as Floyd was, he was a better person and amazing dad.”

What to do when you cannot see God’s hand

Chef
Cardoz’s passing reminds us that the numbers being reported daily are people,
each of whom God loves unconditionally (Romans 5:8).

The
good news is that we have a Shepherd who not only loves his sheep but who feels
what we feel and hurts as we hurt. After calling himself the “good
shepherd” who “lays down his life for the sheep” (John 10:11),
Jesus said of those who trust in him: “I give them eternal life, and they
will never perish, and no one will snatch them out of my hand” (v. 28).

If an
object is in your hand, I cannot touch it without first touching you. Nothing
can come to you that does not first come to your Savior.

In
addition, Jesus’ statement that “no one will snatch them out of my
hand” applies to us. We are not holding onto Jesus—he is holding onto us.

Scripture
teaches that “if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has
passed away; behold, the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17). Once we are
“born again” as the children of God (John 3:3), we will always be the
children of God. My sons will always be my sons. They may not want to be my
sons or…

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