“Instead of striving to seize control over the chaos that exceeds the boundaries of our control, we are admonished to rather allow ourselves to be seized by the virtue of a transformative hope which does not fail,” writes Nathaniel Quartey ’21
“We do not know what to do, but our eyes on you,” King Jehoshaphat prayed in II Chronicles. “Let this be our prayer in this season,” writes Arley Kangas ’20.
“What would it look like for you to become disciplined with looking at the promises and big picture of God’s plan in your life?” writes Ireland Gibbs ’20.
In our strange new reality of digital worship services, Matthew 18:20 still rings true: “For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”
“My challenge for you right now is to take a few minutes and examine what you are fearful of. What is making you anxious? Acknowledge that before the Lord, and then re-read Psalm 29. Be reminded of his sovereignty over your life and your circumstances.”