You can’t lengthen your life by thinking and worrying about the length of your life!
Anne Graham Lotz
Yet even in the midst of a worldwide lockdown, you and I are not alone and never will be.
I believe that there is also reason for hope, because this may be the greatest hour for the Christian church in a very long time.
Regardless of your circumstances, will you allow God’s presence and power to steady you for the storm?
Great opportunities can come from our scariest moments.
In the same way, what we’re going through in our world today is not beyond God. The cure for COVID19 is not beyond God.
We are focusing on the wrong thing, the wrong death. The death that we need to embrace is related to certain things we are holding onto in our hearts.
I believe that God did not send us to our homes to hide from a virus. I believe with all my heart that He sent us to our homes to pray.
In a time of crisis, we must heed God’s Word if we don’t want our troubles to be multiplied.
While many long to return to “normal life” before the pandemic, the church is embarking on a remarkable opportunity of creative witness and service to their communities.
Let us be about our Father’s business in a “new normal” where the fields are white unto harvest with spiritual opportunities to be redeemed for profit.
Harry Jackson Jr.
The church in America needs a personal, church level, and national prayer strategy to help us win our battle against COVID19.
This global pandemic has brought mortality and the fragility of this world to the forefront.
We are called to something higher and better. And let us look for opportunities to share the gospel and bring comfort and hope.
Joni Eareckson Tada
Even as we journey through toward the other end of this coronavirus, you and I have every reason to be cheerful in Christ.
We are a beautiful and tenacious mosaic that perseveres beyond perilous nights and intense winters.
The coronavirus did not knock Him off His throne as King. He is still there, and He is still in control.
We can learn so much from the outbreak of this pandemic and be better for it.
At the forefront of all of these things is the need to remain mission focused.
When the virus crisis is gone, let us not forget what the church did when the troubles were upon us.