Some of you may have a unique problem on your hands—for the first time in years, you have more free time at home than you know what to do with.
But we’re not used to waiting like this. Right now, we’re waiting to see when churches will meet again, what quarantine decisions our politicians will make next, and much, much more. And in some ways, we’re not even sure what we’re waiting for. We’re just waiting for the next surprise—whatever that may be.
What do the words “uncertain” and “unprecedented” have in common? Well, aside from being two of the most frequently used words these days, they both begin with the prefix “un” which means “not.” And right now, the world is longing for anything that doesn’t need that prefix in front of those two words.
Jesus hadn’t given up on the lukewarm church of Laodicea. He strongly rebuked them, but He also continued to knock at their door. He still wanted to enter.
All of us know that our parents, spouse and other family members will eventually grow old and face inevitable health challenges.