- In a time of crisis, we tend shut down or narrow possibilities. Having faith in a time of crisis is remaining open to God’s possibilities. Rather praying for an outcome you want, pray for the outcome that others and God may want.
- In a time of crisis, we narrow our sights toward ourselves and those who are important to us. Having faith in a time of crisis is turning outward toward others and seeing their needs and working together to accomplish things for others.
- In a time of crisis, we can lose sight of gratitude. What would it look like during the crisis to begin the day by thanking God for something and ending the day by thanking God for three things that occurred during the day.
Covid-19 is creating health, economic, emotional and a number of other crises for you and the people around you. Opening up to possibilities, seeing others and giving thanks will reframe your mind and reset your heart to the person God sees in you and it will help change those around you.
Glory in the midst of trials, because trials produce perseverance and perseverance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope will not disappoint us. -Romans 5:3-5