A Journaling Prompt: Two days after Easter in the Era of the Coronavirus (COVID-19; Wuhan Flu)
A Journaling Thought:
There are very crazy times. Unusual times.
The world as we know it has been frozen, as we are all in an age of social distancing and are required to stay home to slow the spread of this deadly virus. (Those of us in Virginia have been in isolation since March 30, 2020.) Everything is closed (except grocery stores, home improvement stores, restaurants are carry out or delivery only, etc.) We are in isolation.
More people than ever have filed for unemployment in the United States.
There’s been an oil war between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
The Stock Market tanked.
Aye. Ugh. Yikes! Oh, boy. (Insert any other word or phrase you can think of in exclamation.)
The world as we know it has fundamentally changed.
Our lives have changed.
So, here it is April 14, 2020, Tuesday, as I write this journal entry.
How are you doing? Just wanted to check in with you.
How are you doing?
How is your home?
How is your family?
How is your work?
How are your friends?
What are you feeling?
What are you thinking?
How are you praying?
What Bible verses and passages have you read? Why? How have they spoken to you? What has God said to you? What have you said to God?
What Bible verses do you keep re-reading? Why? How have they spoken to you? What has God said to you? What have you said to God?