Happy Easter. I hope you are well wherever you are in this so-called pandemic.
The day before New Zealand went into lock down I saw a lot of fear. I was shocked at the turn of events – but not afraid of the Coronavirus. My daughter and son-in-law felt that I was not taking it seriously enough. They don’t understand my faith or the confidence I have as a believer in Christ.
I trust the Lord more than I trust the government or our media but I am obeying the quarantine rules. I’ve been sticking to my usual routine in lock down – working a 40 hour week providing remote computer support, walking along the beach one hour a day and attending ‘church’ at home on Sunday.
We’ve been listening to Charles Stanley. Last week’s sermon was “Victory over fear.”
This morning our observance meant more than usual because it was Easter and we had communion. We finished by singing “Because he lives.”
God bless, and remember he is in control and we need not fear.
This is Brazilians in lock down singing:
I hope it blesses you. Stay well in quarantine and keep the faith. I would love to hear how you observed Easter.