Be Anxious for Nothing
God understands how we feel and what we are afraid of, and He is more than capable of providing for our every need. God does not want us to worry about Co-vid 19 or the vaccines. We will never be able to "Be anxious for nothing" in our own power, but we can always rely on Him to give us the strength we require
We shall faint and fall if we trust ourselves, but if we wait on the Lord in faith, we will be strengthened for the journey. The word "wait" does not imply that we should sit around doing nothing. It means "to hope," or "to look to God for what we require." This entails contemplating His character and promises, praying, and attempting to praise Him..
They who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. Is 40:31
Our concerns are nothing compared to God's might. In Isaiah 40, God tells His people seven times, "Fear not!" and He tells us the same thing today. There is one major reason to be confident: the Lord is on our side and will see us through.
We can be released of our anxieties by trusting that God is going ahead of us and working for us.
Where is God in a Coronavirus World?
In this short yet profound book, Oxford mathematics professor John Lennox examines the coronavirus in light of various belief systems and shows how the Christian worldview not only helps us to make sense of it, but also offers us a sure and certain hope to cling to.
We are living through a unique, era-defining period. Many of our old certainties have gone, whatever our view of the world and whatever our beliefs. The coronavirus pandemic and its effects are perplexing and unsettling for all of us. How do we begin to think it through and cope with it?
This video will give you assurance of God's faithful care. Because Lennox is in his seventies, it's understandable that he is concerned about contracting Coronavirus. He identifies where we can turn for hope.
Here's why John Lennox wrote the book:"This book consists of my reflections on what we are experiencing right now. I started writing it a week ago, and things have changed quickly since then and no doubt will do again...I would invite you, the reader, to view the book like this: we are sitting in a coffee shop (if only we could!) and you have asked me the question on the book cover. I put down my coffee cup and attempt to give you an honest answer. What follows is what I would try to say in order to convey some comfort, support and hope."
“I know not what the future holds, but I know who holds the future.” Stuart Hamblin penned in one of his well-known songs. If you accept Jesus as your Savior and Lord, you will have nothing to fear.