You are not hopeless or helpless in crisis pandemic events that shake the world. There is a shaking taking place right now in the hearts and minds of the masses, and you can shake in fear with them or you can conduct yourself to prayer. To pray, you have to pray! Our concern over the global pandemic should be expressed in fervent prayer pleading for God’s mercy. Listen, God is expecting all of His children to show up before His throne in prayer during this time. The question is, can you pray and will you pray? God will move if we will pray, but we must humble ourselves before Almighty God and seek His face.
2 Chronicles 7:14 says, “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.
The future of the coronavirus and the global pandemic may very well hinge on one little word, “If.” People can be scared to death and still not pray. People can be scared to death and pray, but not pray with the humility God requires. To humble yourself and pray means you’ve got to come down from a high place and get in a low place before God. God will move mightily when He sees the posture of His children change from lofty to lowly. God will move mightily when He hears the tone of our prayers change from demanding to desperation. God will move mightily when our cries are for mercy rather than complaints.
When God hears our cries, He does more than intervene in our crisis. God does more than heal those sick with the coronavirus. God saves and redeems lost souls to salvation. God restores that wayward son or daughter. God changes lives forever. Now is the time to become the person of prayer God saved you to be. Spend quality time with God in prayer and be a vital part of a healing-saving movement of God