Hi, my friends. What a week it’s been, right? I feel like our world is changing faster than we can blink. How are you faring with all that’s happening?
I’ve been in Alberta at my mom’s place for the past eight days. She recently underwent radiation therapy for a benign brain tumor, so I came to lend a hand as she recovers. Tomorrow I’ll head home, praying Psalm 91 over myself as I travel via shuttle bus and plane with a two-hour wait in an airport. I’m so thankful that, in the midst of this pandemic panic, I don’t have to feel afraid. Neither do you. God promises to be with us, and we need not fear the unknown.
Check out the video blog I posted on my FB page. May the Scriptures bring peace and give courage for the days and weeks ahead.
Know you are loved,
#bgbg2 #NoFear #CourageDespiteCoronavirus
Thank you so much for your emails Grace. I enjoy every one of them. I want to thank you also for your reassuring words. It is at times like this when a person can tell a believer from an unbeliever. If a person truly has Christ Jesus in their heart, we are not afraid, but those that don’t, seem absolutely terrified of the uncertainty.
So blessed to be one of your sisters in Christ,
Hi Shelley-Lynn. It’s true–we’re in surreal, uncertain times right now. But for Jesus, we’d all be without hope. Our courage comes from Him, yes? And may we reflect that courage to the world around us so others can experience the same hope. Thanks for stopping by here, and for leaving words that have encouraged me today. 🙂