I am not a preacher and I never want to tell people how to feel. I'm just going to share with you what has been keeping me sane during this horrific pandemic. It is my relationship with and belief in God. Don't get me wrong. My relationship with Jesus has not always been great. In fact, at one time in my life I was so angry and bitter towards Him that I nearly destroyed myself.
How often do most of us trust what we don't know?
It is only natural to wonder where God is when we are going through the storm and this Coronavirus is a whole lot of storms rolled up into one huge catastrophe. There is no part of life that has gone unaffected. For me, not only is this the time to not lose faith, it is a time to strengthen it.
You may not want to hear it. You may even think I'm just blowing smoke up your back end. It may be hard to understand and even harder for some to swallow but God IS here even in the midst of the Corona virus. It may seem impossible to believe that God would allow such a thing to devastate our lives. It may seem foolish to believe in a God that allows bad things to happen.
God didn't promise there would be no bad times. He did promise though, that He would be there with us through them. If you don't know Him, it makes sense that you wouldn't believe this. It makes sense you wouldn't trust Him. How often do most of us trust what we don't know? It wasn't until my years of drug addiction that I got to know Jesus for myself. Until then, I had only been introduced to Him.
I want to help uplift, inspire and empower others and to help leave the world a little better than I found it. I am an author, deep thinker & optimist. I know God is love. I am the author of "Candidreams: I Remember the Beginning" and "Role Reversal: Turn Pain Into Power".
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