The last few months have been unusual to say the least. Many people have experienced significant disruption to their “normal” routines and life experiences. Amid the concerns of this pandemic we have seen businesses and schools close, people express anxiety and concern about the spread of the virus, and even churches have been forced to move to an online form of worship.
But it is important to remember that God is still in control. Amidst the chaos He is still sovereign and working all of this for His glory. Because God is sovereign, we can know that He also has something to teach us through this season. There are lessons we can learn in times of abundance and times of scarcity. We can learn through times of ease and of discomfort.
As a result ,we have repeatedly asked two questions in our church community through this season. What is God saying to me? What am I going to do about it? Through these past few weeks I have continually asked God to help me learn the lessons He would have for me and our church body through this pandemic. I am sure that many of you are aware of some important spiritual epiphanies as well.
One of the greatest things we can do with the lessons that God is teaching us is to share them with others. Therefore, I want to encourage you to take a moment to briefly (1 – 4 sentences) share what you sense God is teaching you through this season. What are some lessons you are learning? What are some things you hope to continue to do differently once things return to “normal.” After you submit your lesson we will then make it available for others on this site to read as a means “to stir up one another to love and good works.”