Easter Monday Is Not A Holiday Hangover
The intersection of the Coronavirus with Easter and Springtime has brought a confluence of emotions to many and that has been readily expressed in art, the media, and frankly, in my heart.
It’s as if the pandemic has juxtaposed the slow against the fast; like when you’re fasting and feel it should be called “slowing.”
Introspection is the order of the day and a test as to whether each of us considers this an opportunity or an infringement on our free will by a microscopic god.
Much has been said about families and couples spending time together. It could be said that it’s a forced vacation or a prison sentence.
Life always presents us with questions. But this time, it’s given us more than ample time to answer them.
PORTAL TO HEAVEN: Whether a pandemic is a judgment by an correcting God or a scourge from the devil, it’s up to us to react as if our marching orders are still coming from a perfect God.
I say to God, “Be my Lord!” Without you, nothing makes sense…My choice is you, God, first and only. And now I find I’m your choice!…We plan the way we want to live, but only God makes us able to live it…Get wisdom- it’s worth more than money; choose insight over income every time. Psalm 16:2,5 MSG, Proverbs 16:916 MSG