Episode 118 • Identifying the Real Enemy, Managing Fear, and Finding Peace in a Pandemic

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  • Libby Lewis

 

In a time where toilet paper is a rare commodity, countless people are out of work, and popular cities feel like ghost towns, it’s hard not to feel like we’re in the middle of an apocalyptic movie.

Our normal way of living has been flipped upside down.

Whether you can see it right now or not, God is using this situation for good. It’s what He does.

“You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” Genesis 50:20

I believe dramatic revival will come from this season. God uses the disruptions of the enemy (link to blog) to reset areas of complacency, establish a stronger foundational core, and ultimately build new callings for our lives.

In episode 118, we’re honored to be joined by Jordan Holt, (Worship Online Instructor & Guitarist for Kari Jobe) to talk about identifying the real enemy, managing fear, and finding peace in a pandemic. Listen in!

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