Post Joy. Post Jesus.
I often look back at situations in my own children’s lives and compare that to my life now.
Even though I am an adult, I will always be God’s child, so I know that He would always want me to go to Him as a child would go to their daddy.
One thing that I remember about my children when they were little was that any time they were scared, they always felt better when they were together.
Often if there was a bad storm we would let them grab their sleeping bags and camp out under our piano in the living room. It was right outside our bedroom door and they felt safe there.
They would drape blankets over the top and have their own little getaway. Giggles always ensued and then the sound of peaceful slumber.
Right now we cannot get together with our loved ones or church members, but we are not alone. We have each other. Social media is not the same as actually being together, but I certainly praise God for it because through it we are able to stay connected with those we love.
So as we are camped out under the blankets of the four walls of our homes, let’s remember that we are here for each other. Even though we might be thousands of miles apart, we are just a click away.
Let’s use that to lift each other up. Post praises and post giggles. Post prayer requests and family pictures. Post ideas and post needs.
The more of Jesus we post, the less fear gets the victory. We are together in this.
Let the giggles we share ensue into the sound of peace around the world today.
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