One of the things that we have all had to do during these virus days is learn how to wait and be obedient, even in the midst of strange, tough, and unexpected seasons. In the Psalms we are reminded again of some lessons we need to learn. If we put them to practice in our lives, we will find that seasons of rough times become seasons of growth.
We have been discovering that in the midst of the Pandemic Pandemonium, our Heavenly Father is working to do something amazing in each of our lives. Although these days can be confusing and sometimes frustrating, the lessons we learn, and who we become allows us to move into the future God has created for us. So if you want to break apart the angst the coronavirus can cause in your life, you will need to start learning and living out the three virus busters we discover in God’s Word today.
This is SURGE Day : The day we remember and celebrate when God took two distinct ministries and made them one. It is an amazing story of how God provides just what you need at just the right time in just the right way. Actually those are important lessons for all of us during this coronavirus season of living. On the day when the First Baptist Church and Covenant Community Church joined together it was not really a merge, but rather a surge. In a rushing wave of power the landscape forever changed… and a new ministry began. That is why it is called SURGE Day and that is what we celebrate today. This will be a great morning of worship as we continue or Pandemonium Pandemic series with a few thoughts about the unknown and the known…and together we will celebrate what God has done and anticipate what God is going to do in the days ahead.
One of the most devastating things for many that this pandemic disruption has caused is the dismantling of some of the pillars and personal monuments that are so special in our lives. Now, all of these months later, we have the chance to restart and reconnect to them – and perhaps find how to do so in a way that honors God. If that sounds confusing, welcome to the pandemonium… but together we are going to make some great discoveries.