A lot of people are feeling overwhelmed. It’s understandable. After all, there’s a pandemic going on.
It’s easy to feel out of control, uncertain, or even paralyzed.
But although you don’t have much say about what happens to you, you do have a say in what happens through you.
God’s people can be proactive about seeking and seizing opportunities to bless others.
For a full blog I did called “6 ways to be loving in a pandemic” click on the link below. But for today, let me stress this one thing:
Blessed people bless people. Since God has been so good to us, we share that goodness with others. This is captured perfectly in 1 John 4:11: “Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.”
This could take shape in a variety of ways. It could include picking up groceries for an elderly or sick neighbour, or buying gift cards to support a struggling small business, or taking the time to talk to someone who is overly anxious, or bringing food to a street centre with shelves that are most certainly depleted.
We can’t control everything, but we can control some things.
Blessed people bless people.
By Matthew Ruttan
–For the full post “6 ways to be loving in a pandemic” click here.
–God’s people pray. You can click here and set aside 6 minutes to pray along with me about the coronavirus pandemic.
–“Who. You. Are.” This is my most recent sermon about identity. When you are confident in who you are, you can life differently, powerfully, and on purpose. Click here to watch or listen.
–Bible quotes are from the NIV.