How can we get through this lockdown, without being crushed by it? Is it possible to actually thrive? Here're some points of actions to help us to get through this lockdown in a God-trusting way, build up our faith and come out of it stronger.
Psalm 91 is more than a prayer in times of danger. It describes the blessings a person enjoys who meets one condition in particular: dwelling in the secret place of the Most High. The place of intimacy with God.
A prayer for protection and deliverance. In times of crisis, when disaster strikes, when danger is all around us, when the governments of the world are at their wit’s end – there is one place we can always run to: the arms of our Heavenly Father! Where He is, no evil can be also. In His shadow, disaster cannot reach us.
A deep understanding of God’s thoughts and character will form in us when we grow in our relationship with Him. As a result we develop a greater sense of security and purpose – we know we are secure in His hand and that He always wants the best for us.
We are so tuned to be active, get things done, work our to-do list, that we have become incapable to unwind and be calm. Yet in being calm in God's presence can be the source of the strength we need for our daily life.