I see Covid-19 as a pandemic.Yes, just that.
Most people see it as end time prophecy about to be fulfilled, while others see it as one of those calamities that befall mankind once in a Century.
The World has witnessed multiple pandemics one after the other right from it’s outset.
But the truth is that in every pandemic, some people die and some people survive.
From my perspective, the truly faithful and loving thing that we could do, is stay home, so that we care for those who are pregnant, care for those who do have compromised immune systems, care for those who are vulnerable because of their age.
Caring for one another and spreading correct information around health, safety and mutual aid are how we ought to protect one another in these moments.
In this season, as we face Covid-19 Global pandemic, the one thing that I hold onto is that nothing can separate us from the love of God.
Even as I ask questions, even as I get emotional, I know that nothing can separate us from God’s love.
Hope is born out of suffering and it is indeed a fact that Jesus Christ has given hope to thousands and thousands of sufferers. Beloved, hope in God because it is your last option when every other thing fails; when you lose it, you are finished.
The pandemic has created uncertainty and chaos everywhere in the world, have made governments to face the daunting task of trying to save lives, at the same time hoping to salvage the economy.
Some good things coronavirus has brought to the fore, is the consciousness that, one day, the world would come to an end, as the scriptures say. Futhermore, it has made many to repent and seek the face of God, it has made many Prominent and Rich men in the society to become generous to the poor, it has made many to acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord and it has made many sleeping Giants wake up from their slumber.
Everyone have a role to play in the war against Covid-19.
It is most advisable that we adhere strictly to government directives and Medical instructions to safeguard
our lives and the lives of our neighbours and loved Ones. This is the time to unite and forge a front to defeat this common enemy; Covid-19.The novel Coronavirus is not a death sentence; we must not allow fear to take over our lives.
It is written in Timothy 1:7 (NKJV), “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”
When we begin to fear, we are giving place to the devil. What we are afraid of may eventually happen to us.”
It is also written in Isaiah 35:4 (GNT), “Tell everyone who is discouraged, ‘Be strong and don’t be afraid! God is coming to your rescue…’
We must not fail to recognise those who have come and given their lives in service to the covid -19 patients and paid for that with their lives.
Their enormous contribution will never be forgotten by God because they would reap their heavenly awards.
Through this medium, I sympathize with millions of people who have lost their means of livelihood and loved ones because of the present pandemic. In life-threatening situations like this we usually become terrified, fearful,angry, anxious and doubtful of Gods power to deliver us.
These periods of trial in our lives paralyze us, forcing us to focus on the problems instead of on God who has authority over all things.
God desires to show his amazing power through your situation. Isaiah 40:29 says ,” God gives power to those who are tired and worn out, and he offers strength to the weak.”
Beloved your problems are only mutable; by the intervention of Gods power which can do all things.
Be strong and courageous, don’t be afraid,God is coming to rescue you. God bless you!
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