Steve is a friend and a graduate of Christian Leadership University. He has incorporated the 4 keys to hearing God's voice into his new book Inevitable Healing. I had the honor of writing the foreword, which is below, and gives you a good overview of what is inside. The book is available here and here.
May I provide you with a lot of exciting statistics about the coronavirus? Click here for an EXCELLENT review of the data with a decidedly reassuring spin which I REALLY encourage you to read. It WILL calm your heart. It is a full article, written by a retired Data & Analytics Leader who managed modeling teams at the highest level for Amazon.com. He also has a passion for medicine, and has built FDA programs. His research and conclusions should remove all fear.
In the chart below you will see that the death rate in the USA from Covid-19 is plunging, and is currently down 72% off its peak.
Yes, the world has been shut down by a virus. Everyone is affected. Everyone feels the hurt and the pain. One wonderful thought that comes to me, that I learned probably 40 years ago, is in the quote below...
The following blog is by my friend, Bill Dupley.
I received an email today which included the following questions: What are we to think about the Corona Virus, the nation's/world's response to it? The collapse of our economy, the sequestering of peoples. Are we in the tribulation, last days? How does this fit into prophecy? How do I manage the fear I have for the safety of my children, grandchildren, and for our jobs and abilities to buy food and survive? I feel ill equipped to navigate these waters.
Hmmm, what does the Bible say? Seems like my constant pushing produced internal stress, which led to a heart attack three months ago. So is there something I need to learn about living in rest, and living stress free? Obviously stress is a killer. Below is my story, followed by some key biblical principles.
Restless leg syndrome started seven weeks after open heart surgery. I prayed for healing and then journaled and God has told me I was healed physically. Yet the symptoms of the infirmity persist. So now what do I do? Acknowledge I still have restless leg syndrome, or acknowledge that I’m healed?