“God does speak—
sometimes one way and sometimes another—
even though people may not understand it.”
~Job 33:14 (NCV)~
David and I have completed two weeks of quarantine. It’s not totally different from our regular routine. The road certainly does seem empty out here! It’s a lot quieter than just our normal “peaceful”. Join with me in praying for others to remain in quarantine and slow down the spread of Coronavirus.
I’m so thankful churches have stepped up and are posting sermons or services online. I already have a list of Wednesday night services I want to watch. You can’t do that when you have to attend in person. Let’s continue to look for the “silver linings”. The Methodist church is requesting all members stop at noon today and say the Lord’s Prayer. I’m sure they won’t mind if some non-Methodists join in with them.
Read the Bible in 2020 – March 25
- Deuteronomy 4:1-49
- Luke 6:39-7:10
- Psalm 68:1-18
- Proverbs 11:28
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Baptist Message – https://baptistmessage.com/
Continuing my song list today . . .
- “The Doxology”
- “In Times Like These”
- “One Day at a Time”
- “Make Me a Blessing”
- “In His Hands”
- “Til the Storm Passes By”
“His Eye is on the Sparrow” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gua-NE8y8lE
This was done in 1952. It seems so appropriate today! Maybe, today is a good day to teach this song to some of our younger generation.
I trust parents are building strong children with strong faith during this time.
During this time when patients cannot have family members with them in hospitals, doctor offices, clinics, nursing homes, etc. it is very hard on the patients and the family. It’s also hard on families when there is a death and the services are so limited.
Encourage someone today!