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Daily Inspiration

August 4, 2020
Amid every crisis, new words and phrases are created to help up understand and aid with our ability to cope.
Covid-19 is no different.  PPE, contact tracing and social distancing are now a part of the fabric of our society. 
Covidiot pertaining to those who disobey social distancing rules helps us deal with difficult people. Zoom helps us meet with those we are socially isolated from.
Social Bubble serves only to confuse us though we can enjoy being close to our loved ones again, we can touch and encourage and love on each other.
Masks or face covering is a two-edged sword.  It cuts down on the transmission of the disease and at the same time hides our expressions and emotions which is great when you want to stick out your tongue at someone, not so great for the constant comedian who uses facial expressions in his act.
Other terms and words like “flattening the curve, Ventilators, pandemic, infectious, viral load, testing, negative and positive results (Covid Positive), quarantine, isolation, self-isolation, voluntary self-isolation, Quarantini (for those who like cocktails while under quarantine). 
The list grows daily as the disease has promised to stay with us.
  I don’t know about you but Covid-19 is having a disorienting, hallucinatory effect on me.  Surreal is my one word to describe the times we live in now.  I feel like I’m going to wake up from this nightmare and exclaim, “Wow you wouldn’t believe the dream I had last night, it felt like it went on for months!”
We all deal with change in our own ways.  I like to focus on what is constant and my Lord and my God heads up that category.
I will leave with you some Scripture that best describes our Unchanging God.
“I Am the Alpha and the Omega” says the Lord God, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.” Revelation 1:8
The council of the Lord stands forever, the plans of His heart to all generations.  Psalm 33:11
The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end. Lamentations 3:22
He never changes or casts a shifting shadow.  James 1:17
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever. Hebrews 13:8
Jesus is the cornerstone that we build our faith upon.  When He is your cornerstone, the storms (or virus) of life will blow against you but will not topple you.  You can stand firm in your faith because your faith is based upon the unchanging, unmovable God who loves unconditionally and is completely faithful.  This will never change. DF