.My heart goes out to all of the people who would have earned their daily living at the events that have been canceled, like the vendors at the Houston Rodeo, the Vendors at NBA games and NHL games, local restaurants, and hotels, etc. All of the businesses that benefit when games and conferences are in town have been drastically affected.
However, prevention is better than cure. I have tried to listen to allot the experts and they disagree on some things, but they all agree that our local Hospitals will not be able to handle a huge influx of people coming in sick because of the virus.
My heart is a little bit heavy today. We will not be with our Church Family. My Church has a tradition of dimming the lights as scripture is read. At the end of the service the entire sanctuary is dark and we can walk out in silence. I thank God for those memories because I can read scripture and remember this day that Believers have to be thankful for.
Remembering an old Bible verse…one of the first Bible verses I ever learned gives me comfort. I hope it gives you comfort too.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have eternal life
We can all stand to do some Random Acts of Kindness. This article was in Women’s Day and it was written by Kelsey Hurwitz.