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Coping With Change During The Coronavirus

Thou speakest as one of the foolish women speaketh. What? shall we receive good at the hand of God, and shall we not receive evil?Job 2: 10

Job spoke those words after he’d lost his children, his wealth and was stricken with illness. His wife, obviously devastated by all that had taken place, urged him to “curse God, and die” (v9).

During this pandemic, our faith is being tried to the limit. Some of you may have lost your job and are in danger of losing your home. Others may even be infected with the virus or have loved ones who are. In times like this you feel like you are losing your mind, and like Job’s wife, you may be tempted to curse God and die.

But hold on. God is not done with you yet. This is the time to draw on the measure of faith He’s given all of us. This too will pass.

“For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” – Psalm 30: 5

I am not Job, you say. I don’t have that kind of faith. I understand. This is why I’m bringing you this Daily Faith Devotional free of charge. It contains 30 devotionals on how you can be thankful despite what is going on in your life. When you click the link below and download this devotional, your name will be added to my mailing list so you can receive updates on other offers.

Daily Faith Devotional

Be thankful that God doesn’t change. He is with you on the mountain top, when everything seems to be going right, and He’s with you in the valley when nothing seems to be going right. Reach out to Him, trust Him, He’ll bring you through.

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