Isolation

The cool thing about Rona is, although we are going through an uncertain season, we aren’t going through this season alone. We have the best father going through this with us – God. He promised he would never leave us nor forsake us. Subsequently, our neighbors, coworkers, friends, family and even you reading this are all feeling some type of effect from Rona. This is crazy!!! Nothing like this has ever happened before that I can think of in my 31 years of life. 🤔

While it may feel like isolation to some due to the house restrictions, we are only physically distanced; however, we can find so many ways to connect with others socially. God created us to operate within a community, so during this time stay connected to others. As this is a temporary new normal, we are all adjusting. So be patient with yourself and others.

For example, I love going to church, but I’ve also embraced being in the comfort of my bed, watching multiple services on Sunday and have the ability to snack while in church. #winning This past Sunday – I may or may not have eaten most of the crackers I was supposed to use for communion. 😫#dontjudgeme

In addition, I’ve also made attempts to keep in touch with my friends and family through group text, virtual game nights, text messages, zoom calls, bible study conference calls and so much more.

There are so many ways to stay connected and push through the feeling of isolation.

Question of the Day: How are you staying connected to others?

“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!”

Psalms 133:1 KJV

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