Wisdom for the Epidemic

The rate at which I’m making things up these days has increased faster than the coronavirus! Every day I read another update that part of my world has changed. Every day I seemed to face a new situation. Today I just found out that our daughters will have school canceled until May 1st. We get to figure out how to homeschool.

I need wisdom!

Wisdom is knowledge put into action. I need some of that these days. Correction, I need a lot of that these days.

James wrote,

“If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.” (James 1:5).

  • If you feel like every day, you are fighting to keep your head screwed on right…
  • If you feel like every day, the world is changing faster than you can adapt…
  • If you feel like you need wisdom…

Turn to God and ask Him for wisdom.

Remember to trust God

I need to warn you though God demands that we trust him. If we don’t trust Him, we won’t be able to receive the wisdom he wants to give us. So, when you ask for understanding, check-in your heart and make sure you are choosing to trust him.

Remember to repent

I want to give you one more warning just for good measure. God is willing to move heaven and earth to push you away from sin and draw you to himself. The greatest thing God may do for you in the middle of the Coronavirus scare may be to turn your life upside down. If you have sin in your life and you are far from him, he will do what it takes to bring you to Him. Turn to God in repentance and allow Him to use your situation to bless you.

Ask God for wisdom for your finances, work, health, and future and trust Him to provide.

 

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