Between my church talking about it, reading the book of Job, my devotional about anxiety, and reading Fearless by Sadie Robertson, I can definitely say I have learned a lot about thoughts in the past few weeks.
I just read through the book of Esther in the Bible and I loved it! My favorite part of it was the beautiful moment in Esther’s life where she finally realized why she was put where she was. It finally clicked that she had a purpose bigger than she realized. Before I jump in any further, I want to give you the brief backstory leading up to this moment Esther’s life.
I absolutely love music! In fact, I’m listening to music as we speak. For a while I actually wanted to be a singer. Dreams, am I right? Music isn’t just a wonderful sound to my ears though, music is so much more!
The Lion King movies are loved by many, even my older sister. When we were kids, it was one of her go to Disney movies, including Princess Diaries of course. To say that I don’t randomly get the song Hakuna Matata stuck in my head, would be a lie. The song has been apart of me since I was little, whether I liked it or not.
I truly believe that this Coronavirus will stop in its tracks. The reason I am so confident in this is because of a video I was sent, the same video that is down below. Sid Roth reads a letter from a friend of his that was sent to the president of the United States of America, Donald Trump.
You know, the only good thing about the novel Coronavirus is that it has turned everybody into germaphobes. The honest truth is that the virus is scary, but somebody really close to me said,
“If you’re meant to die from the virus, then I feel you can’t change your destiny, but God does give us the smarts to do everything we can to protect ourselves from it.“
My dear mom
I want to take this post further and share even more comforting words from the legendary C.S. Lewis in the atomic age. In the link below you will find his words quoted and then related back to the Coronavirus.