When All is Said and Done

Yesterday, I spoke about the unsung heroes being celebrated, but I have been thinking that there is nothing quite like isolation to put things into perspective for us as individuals

At this time, the world has pretty much closed its borders (as we know it) and we are witnessing people being what it truly means to be human – showing kindness, self-control, showing love, have resounding peace, and joy amid the chaos

I came across this quote from Aristotle, who at one time was the richest man alive. He said:

”Millions do not always add up to what a man needs out of life.”

We need to remember that God will use ALL THINGS for good, and I believe we are seeing people realise what life is really about

Speaking to someone yesterday, we talked about there is nothing like going back to be the basics, to realise what is truly needed

Friends, whether you realise it or not, people are speaking Jesus’ name – for the first time – in their lives. People are coming to me to ask for prayer – for the first time. People are witnessing miracles from Jesus around their current circumstances – for the first time

I want to encourage you this morning, that when it is all said and done, are you at peace with what is coming next in your life?

If you know Jesus, then continue to read your Bible, talk to God, and pray for others

If you don’t know Jesus, then please message me, because I would love to talk to you about the One who will satisfy your every want and desire. Because, just like Aristotle said, money is not what a person truly needs in life

“Jesus replied, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.”‭

John 6:35

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Rebecca Brand

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