Lockdown day 300 and something day! never thought that it would carry on this long. This is an extremely unusual season in our lives as the virus has really brought the world to almost a standstill. 2020 will go down in history as one of the most dramatic/traumatic years ever! Sometimes it feels quite surreal as if one is dreaming and that this is not real. What we do in this time is entirely up to us. We can either complain or make the best of it. I chose the latter and thank God daily for my life and how He has carried and blessed me, not just with material stuff but mostly the spiritual growth. I have been listening to good motivational videos and reading motivational books including the bible which has been quite enlightening this past year. My Covid experience has enlightened me to the disease and I can truly say that it is demonic!.
My platform on facebook on "mystorymystrength" has gained a lot of traction with the amazing women who has come on board with me and who has blessed the audience in the group. This is a good time to do introspection and meditate on good things to remain positive especially since so many have succumbed to the virus and passed on. It is devastating to hear of loved ones who were there today and gone tomorrow and what makes it even worse is that one cannot even attend funerals or memorial services as it is only open to close family members due to the lockdown restrictions. One absolutely positive thing I am grateful for is how God has been exposing all the false prophets operating in our country, the government corruption uncovered, is appalling to say the least. I now understand the reasoning behind the closed church doors as this is a good way to root out this demonic force which is operating in our country. God will not allow His children to be mocked. Although church doors are closed, online church messages have been a blessing. We continue to trust God that all evil will be exposed and that He will arise and the enemy be scattered! Stay safe and healthy. God Bless!
p.s. I will write about my Covid experience soon. Love!