I’ve just started a small book written by John Piper. My friend, and member of my Life Group, Jeremy Pittman, recommended a brief Bible Study based on the book: Coronavirus and Christ. I won’t recommend a book I haven’t read, but I do want to share a few words from the foreword.
This is a time when the fragile form of this world is felt. The seemingly solid foundations are shaking. The question we should be asking is, Do we have a Rock under our feet? A Rock that cannot be shaken–ever?
This entire ordeal has shaken the foundations of what we consider to be near and dear to our hearts. Where the coronavirus once reigned, confusion now reigns. We wonder who and what to believe, how we should think.
If you’re standing on the Rock, you can wonder without wandering.
Tonight my friends Jamie Burnette, Savannah Allison and I will gather around the piano to sing old hymns and some newer songs too. One of them will be “My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness.” Join us on Facebook Live around 7:15. In the meantime, I’ll let you know how the book goes and share morsels of encouragement where they emerge.
I love seeing young people on fire for God. Enjoy this rendition of The Solid Rock.
Things are so confusing right now. It is difficult to filter good information from bad. Thankfully, I know where to find unshakeable truth. I look forward to more from this book as your read it! Thanks for sharing. Have a blessed day and thank you so much for being a good shepherd for the rest of us… I appreciate you!
Thanks so much Margaret! These have to be the most confusing times I’ve ever experienced. Our Rock is not the author of confusion!
I agree completely! Who would’ve thought? Only God. So thankful He isn’t confused at all.