How R We Feeling? 4 Real?

I have to say, living in Wisconsin for several years now, I was always comforted by the fact that everyone here was so friendly. Enter one Coronavirus pandemic and it changes everything. Okay, I understand social distancing, yes, we should do that. But is there no limit to the madness?

Do we really have to be distancing, in the fact that we cannot even look at one another? Or speak to each other? We pass like strangers in the night. Ships off to whatever voyage they must depart to. Are we going to let this sickness strip us of the basic human decency of a smile or a hello? I am pretty sure that Coronavirus cannot jump that far to get you. A smile can travel so far. Speak to a person, while at the grocery store, for heavens sake. Stay back 6 feet, but still talk. We are all in this together. It is a sad situation, but there are things we CAN do to make life better for everyone.

Today, I went to the grocery store and was almost in tears because a lady spoke to me. Isn’t that sad? She smiled and said, “no you go ahead”. I talked to her for a moment about how I have been wanting to write about this, nonspeaking business, as I am a blogger. I said, people need to take precautions, yes, but we also need to just be nice to each other. I told her I was all over this Coronavirus stuff in Jesus name! She agreed and smiled at me and said she thinks I should definitely write the blog.

So it makes me sad. I have joy in the Lord, yes. But the sadness comes when I see what a state our world is in. When people cannot pick up their pizza, grab some groceries, or go to the pharmacy…etc. etc, without even speaking? It hurts my heart to see the state what the world has enveloped into from this fear of the Coronavirus.  Oh, and, by the way, fear is a liar.

I do not know how many times the Bible says to fear not. Google just informed me it was 103.  I think the mind is satan’s (purposely not capitalized) biggest playground. Fear is crippling. Right now it is crippling our society. Don’t fall for the lies of the enemy. Wear masks, stay 6 feet apart, don’t hug, avoid crowds….yes, okay. But please don’t lose your humanity. Speak to others when you go out. Bless them with a smile. You know when you smile, your eyes light up? So, they will know you are smiling, even in behind the mask. They will feel better and thank you for it and so will I. Find someone to smile at today. Tomorrow is not guaranteed. We have a life to live. There are souls that need to come into the kingdom. How will they hear unless someone speaks? You have a voice, use it, before that gets taken away as well.

God bless everyone reading. I am sprinkling you all with a big smile and love and kindness. Can you see it in my eyes? ❤

Your sister in Christ, Donna Marie

Blessed, holy and wonderful Father,

Please help us all to trust in You. Help us to reach out to people for Your glory. Open our hearts and minds and yes, please help us to open our mouths. In Jesus name.

We are instructed to bear one another’s burdens, (Galatians 6:2) so if there are any prayer requests feel free to leave them in the comment section. I would be honored to pray with you. If it is more private you can always contact me via email at luckd61@yahoo.com I check that every day. Blessings to you all, till we meet again, tomorrow, if the Lord is willing. Peace.

Let’s worship today with,

Fear Is a Liar by Zach Williams

To know Jesus more personally please read the following
https://thefathersfeet.wordpress.com/2020/01/07/you-never-let-us-go/

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A lady that loves the Lord Jesus Christ and wants to follow Him wholeheartedly in every area every aspect of my life so that in the end I hear, "Well done thou good and faithful servant. Enter thou into the joy of the Lord." If you do not know Jesus but would like to know more about Him, please read the following blog titled, Never let Us Go. God bless. https://thefathersfeet.wordpress.com/2020/01/07/you-never-let-us-go/

8 thoughts on “How R We Feeling? 4 Real?

  1. Excellent post! We still do need to speak to people and be kind. I take a walk everyday after work and it does bring happiness while I’m walking to share smiles and hellos with the walkers I pass. We are all in this together.

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    1. Thank you! It was heart felt for sure. I was deliberating, as to, whether or not to post it, as it certainly was an open post. My feelings were out there and I risked being criticized or judged. But I felt it needed to be said. I may not be the most eloquent blogger, but one thing is for certain, my heart is there….open and always trying to point others to Christ, our Hope. To whom be glory now and forever! ❤ ❤ ❤ Keep shining for Him. He is beautiful in you. 🙂

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      1. You’re welcome. Thanks for sharing your feelings. Reading your post was a helpful reminder to keep showing people kindness. Jesus is our hope! Thank you, keep shining too sister. 🤗❤️✝️

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  2. Yes, Donna, I agree, “I think the mind is satan’s biggest playground.” We can let fear and paranoia strip us of our humanity or we can breathe in Christ’s peace and breathe out His love. The choice is ours. Fortunately here in our little town of less than a thousand in s-w Montana, when folks venture out to the PO, pharmacy, grocery store or to a restaurant for take-out (this are our only ventures), we still are talking, smiling through our masks, greeting one another. How sad should that change here! God bless you for this post to remind others – smile and greet – that’s contagious! Let your love infect others!! ❤️👍😜

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    1. I am so glad that this panic hasn’t hit your town. I pray God helps us all to see the truth behind the madness. For it is indeed disheartening for me to see in my little neck of the woods. Thanks for taking the time to comment (((Jan))) ♡

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      1. That is the second time I have had to hit follow you, when I thought I already was. I hope it sticks this time as I really enjoy your posts. I want them to come through my newsfeed daggone it. You have a wonderful weekend as well.

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