GoodThings & Covid-19: #1

GoodThings & Covid-19: #1

Well… it’s a new day in France.

Moments ago, President Macron announced that Europe was shutting its borders as of tomorrow noon and that all non-urgent local travel was an official no-no. Even extended family gatherings are discouraged and subject to sanction – they’re encouraging people to interact with no more than 5 people per day.

At times like this, it’s even more important to get back to focusing on the #GoodThings, so I’m going to resurrect this theme that I wrote on for a few months last year…

As a Christian, our hope is first and foremost in the Lord and secondly in the precautions that we can take ourselves, so what I’ll do is pick two things from the day that I’m grateful for and one scripture passage that is a source of comfort.

Let’s go for…

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The Greatest Hour of the Church

The Greatest Hour of the Church

This week I heard a message entitled “The Greatest Hour of the Church”.

The faith-filled part of me affirmed the statement. My inner skeptic, however, wanted to simply reduce the title to a by-product of today’s tendency to describe EVERYTHING as… “the biggest”, “the best” and “the most incredible”ever!

In the end… my inner skeptic lost the bet.

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