Our world as we know it is in a state of pandemic. Fears, and terror is running rampant in our streets.
Toilet paper is like gold, bread is silver, and fear is at the head of the evil snake.
As we struggle to find piece in this great time of need, I would encourage you to look to the one thing that can offer this.
Our God in heaven brings us a piece in such a great time of need.
It is said in the Bible in Psalms 46: God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble.
Well I believe we are in trouble, the new virus has overtaken over our everythought and left us overwhelmed and in fear.
But God is more than able to protect us in this time of trouble.
When we know God is with us we have no reason to be afraid.
Psalms goes on to say the nation’s are in uproar, but the passage offers a resolution one of God and how he is in control of every nation.
It’s time to let go of our fears, worry’s, and stress and give them to God who is in control.
What I am asking is that we come together, nation’s with nation. People standing with other people in prayer.
Prayer that God be with us in this time of need. The Bible and God’s words brings us a great hope in such a time of need!
Take refuge in his words, hold tight to the one who is in control.
I would like to pray today for God’s love and nations coming together as one in prayer in this pandemic:
Dear heavenly father, thank you for being with all of us in this great time of need, help nation’s and people to come to you Lord, because you have the key to overcome our fears and worry, thank you Father for you are good, it’s in your mighty name I pray Jesus, Amen.
If you said that prayer with me know that God is in control in this situation we are in, hold tight to your faith in him.
Let Jesus be your salvation in the madness.
Thank you so much for coming, I know God has great things in store for our lives, and he wants all of us to surrender to him.
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Thanks again for coming and may God bless you and your life.