Praying God's Names

Using the Names of God to Help You Pray During a Pandemic

I don’t think the world has ever collectively felt the need to pray as we do now. Perhaps in past war times, depressions, or other pandemics, but not in recent decades. So many need our prayers. Governing authorities from our local and state governments, to our federal law makers need prayer. Our neighbors, friends, and … Continue reading “Using the Names of God to Help You Pray During a Pandemic”

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6 Scriptures on Hope

I passed by a sign one day that said, “Fear is contagious, but hope is too.” That’s fitting for our current world situation. So many are afraid, and I know some are losing hope even though it seems we’re nearing the end of the quarantine. But hope is needed in many areas of life. Pandemic … Continue reading “6 Scriptures on Hope”

Scripture to Pray When You Don’t Have the Words

When you don’t have the words to pray, God does. Scripture can help us. Have you been so frustrated facing problem after problem (after problem) that you couldn’t find words to cry out to God? I have. Has an illness snuffed out the fire of your faith, and prayer seems a vain attempt to be … Continue reading “Scripture to Pray When You Don’t Have the Words”

Why Would God Allow a Pandemic? The Answer is Found in Easter

This year, like all of you, I will worship on Easter via Facebook, and I’ll spend the day with my hubby and Hank the cat instead of a houseful of young adults and friends. It’s tempting to let Easter 2020 slip by as another Sunday on the calendar, but let’s not. Let’s make Easter special … Continue reading “Why Would God Allow a Pandemic? The Answer is Found in Easter”

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The Day Nobody Went to Church

Okay, first, somebody probably gathered in their church building somewhere in the world, but the majority of us did not. Laws put in place to stop large gatherings and prevent the spread of coronavirus kept us home. There has never been a day like this in the history of the world. But despite the mandate … Continue reading “The Day Nobody Went to Church”

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