10 Important Life Lessons from the Coronavirus & Social Distancing

We’ve learned a lot in recent days as our world has been turned upside down. Important lessons that change the trajectory of our lives in a myriad of ways.

Here are 10 lessons the Coronavirus and social distancing have taught us:

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For the one whose heart is hard

  Is your heart hard? Do you know someone whose is? Hope is found in Jesus Christ. Nothing else. No one else. Salvation is not as hard as we make it. Simply give your life to the One who gave His life for you… and He will take your heart…

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CONSOLATION OF ISRAEL

“And behold, there was a man in Jerusalem whose name was Simeon, and this man was just and devout, waiting for the Consolation of Israel, and the Holy Spirit was upon him.”Luke 2:25 (NKJV) WHAT IT MEANS… Consolation of Israel is a name attributed to Jesus. It comes from the…

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Comforter

“But when the Helper (Comforter, Advocate, Intercessor—Counselor, Strengthener, Standby) comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, that is the Spirit of Truth who comes from the Father, He will testify and bear witness about Me.”John 15:26 (AMP) WHAT IT MEANS… Comforter comes from the Greek word paraklētos…

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Just Do These 3 Things

Whatever we go through, we need to stay true to these 3 things and be encouraged to know God is with us every step of the way…

1. Consume the Word. 
2. Share the Word. 
3. Spend time with God in concentrated prayer. 

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Have you lost your song?

One minute we can believe God to move mountains and the next minute we’re wondering where He is.

Have you ever felt like that?

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Feeling Hemmed In? Stuck? Here’s something the Lord showed me when I was feeling like that…and it really helped!

I still believe it was something God was leading me to do. There were far too many God-prints along the way to deny it. And it happened. Well, sort of. It became an unfamiliar reality. Something very different than I thought it was.  Perhaps I had missed a step along the…

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