Bible verses to learn during this COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed at times. When you feel like things are spiraling out of control you need an encouraging word to bring back your peace of mind.
Perhaps you’re feeling overwhelmed or confused about the recent world pandemic COVID-19?
If so, you are not alone. Coronavirus has impacted our lives across the globe in an interesting, yet frightening way.
We are more isolated by social distancing from one another and the fear of contracting this virus is real.
We have all had to uproar and change our lives within these last few months to ensure our health is protected.
As with anything in life, we all need encouragement, perhaps an encouraging verse from the Bible.
Encouragement found in scripture helps to give that extra motivation that helps us push through the worst times in our lives.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, prayers and reading the Bible will give us even more strength and encouragement to continue and to believe that this will all end soon.
We all want answers to why this is happening. We want to know when we will find a cure to save lives before more are lost.
But if we continue to encourage and help each other by applying to tools and information given to us by our governments, this too shall pass.
As we adjust to this new reality that we are facing, hearing words of hope and inspiration can help us feel more empowered.
As we adjust to the new norm of social distancing, words of encouragement and motivation will keep you in a peaceful mindset.
What are some of the struggles that you have endured during this recent outbreak? What are some of the feelings and emotions you have regarding the COVID-19 pandemic?
I know for me, I am hopeful that we will find a solution that will end this current world tragedy as soon as possible.
I am afraid of the lives of the human race — for all people, regardless of the country they are from.
I believe that this will impact lives to believe that life is short. When we finally do return to our regularly scheduled programs, I hope that people will begin to spread love and not hate.
Hopefully, we will be too busy enjoying the simple things in life that we have been deprived of during the COVID-19 …