“My Lighthouse”

As someone who gets anxious easily the unfolding crisis of the Coronavirus is not the best event to be witnessing.

It’s almost like being forced to take part in a horror film where you don’t know what’s going to happen next, or what the final outcome is going to be.

It’s hard not to feel panicky and want to run and gather those you love to hide in some bunker somewhere safe until it is all over.

But in the midst of this storm there is hope and we need to hold onto that. We need to look for our Lighthouse, focus on it and ride the storm out no matter how fierce it may get.

Where there is light, there is always hope.

Psalm 27:1

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