Praying through the darkness, into the light.
During this time, when we seek deliverance from the illness of diseases, and the hope for restoration of jobs that are lost, and to be certain at a time of uncertainty, on this Resurrection morning it is befitting to gather together in one accord in our Churches, to the cause of praise and worship to the Lord. However, we are kept inside, away from our Churches as believers, by the authority, for the circumstance we face as a nation. Nevertheless, let this not be a discouragement, but let us remember, as it was with the Israelites of old, in the time of uncertainty, when deliverance was sought, they were kept inside, but during their time of isolation, they sought consolation in the Lord. Through isolation came compensation and liberation. Exodus 10:21-23
Likewise, today, on this day of Resurrection Sunday, as we are restricted within our homes without the gathering of the assembly, let us remember to seek and find consolation in the Lord, that through isolation, the mind may reflect and see beyond the uncertainty, to be certain that deliverance is ahead.
In the words of the Lord Jesus Christ; These things I have spoken unto you, that in me you might have peace. In the world you shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.