It’s not quite time but the right time is coming.
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven;Ecclesiates 3 v 1
People’s hearts are still looking at themselves and not searching for anything deeper.
In this pandemic barely started, under 6 month’s in for China alone. We are looking to each other for hope. We think this will defeated by human hand and not and extra ordinary one.
We are are judging each other on our actions. Who is going out, who is sacrificing the most. Who should we be clapping and cheering for the most. We all stand accused & guilty.
People think this is tough but tough isn’t really here yet. It has barely started.
It’s time for our hope to be more than human. To find a peace and joy that cannot be shattered. To turn our sorrows into dancing.
It’s time to start looking beyond our egos. To thank the selfless on the front line. The tired exhausted and over exposed. They are the heroes in this war. They deserve more than our thanks can ever give.
If we know and believe in a virus we can’t see, why can’t we believe in a God we can’t see? We know this virus kills, but for us who believe, we know our God heals. We want to see every one healed.
A time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance.Ecclesiates 3 v 4
I want to scream and shout about my God, but peoples hearts are still hardened and ears are deaf.
People do not want to believe in a higher being, one that can bring healing and an end to this chaos. You can tell them about Jesus and all he has done but until the time is here and the time is right, ears & hearts will stay closed
So in the meantime I wait in my time of patience, waiting for the time of revival when I can shout from the rooftops, Jesus is Lord, and all around with listen and shout back hallelujah