Worship from Home
A menace called Covid-19 has spread its venom all over the world. As of last count, there are almost half a million people afflicted (380 in the country) and over 13,000 deaths. Measures such as country lockdown are in place to contain the virus and widespread fear.
Age-old schedules such as our Sunday worship in church have been derailed.
Today, so as to obey government guidelines, I reluctantly worshiped from home. But it was a decision I will neither forget nor regret in my life.
It was a glorious experience, grace beyond measure. Together with church mates who likewise stayed home and those who opted to be in church physically, I felt connected with all faith brethren via live streaming and real-time messages on social media.
• I will take care of you.
• Faith is dependence on Me. TOTAL dependence.
• Fortify your faith; then fear will leave you.
• Restoration in the Philippines will come. But it must begin on your knees, in prayer.
• Everything is better with Me, including a virus. Faith is not denial. You need to deal with the problem—there is a problem—but focus on Me.
• Attack this problem with worship, so that the problem will NOT attack you with worry.
• Fear makes you indecisive; when you are fearful, you cannot decide properly.
• In your fear, I say, "Trust Me!”
• This is the day of salvation; come to Jesus—come to Me.
Today, too, many churches in the globe went online. What an impact to viewers!
Someone posted this message, “Many people were reached; they heard the good news about Christ and their lives will be changed & transformed. God took what the enemy meant to separate us and turned it around to unite us.”
(Note: almost 600 people viewed our livestreamed service, six times bigger than our regular church attendance.)
“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” (Matthew 24:14 NIV)