In these times of social distancing, isolation and self-quarantine; the church’s programming expertise is kicking into high gear. We are making it work. We are caring for the flock. We are meeting the needs of our elderly. We are encouraging, praying, sharing and giving hope . . . primarily for the “found”, instead of the “lost” . . . primarily for the “99”, and not the “1”.
I’m not asking you to take them out of the world, but to keep them safe from the evil one. They do not belong to this world any more than I do. John 17:15-16 NLT Get out or get in? Build a wall or…
God sees more than I can see.
God understands more than I understand.
God cares more than I care.
Be defined by your giving more than your gain.
We may experience comfort and ease or chaos and economic struggle. In each of these times, at every turn and at every intersection of doubt and destiny, we need to look inside to see what God is doing and how He is working in our hearts.
With a decisively chosen word danger can be diverted. Our objective becomes disarming anger before it becomes destructive.