And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.” (Luke 21: 28 KJV)

We are living in a time of uncertainty; a time where everything around us is chaotic and unreal. Fear then appears, trying to put us in a place where we lose hope for a better tomorrow, and a better life. We worry about our love one’s safety, and our children’s future. It is all so much, and it hurts.

What if I tell you all of this is supposed to happen. Crazy right?

We live in a fallen world, and all we see is the act of people reacting to the symptom of sin that has plague this world since the fall of Adam and Eve (Genesis 3). We are all aware of the impending consequences that is to come because of sin. Jesus spoke about the last days and what we would see take place. He spoke of perilous times that shall come, He also let us know not worry because it simply means our redemption; His act of saving us is closer than we think.

God is in control

It does not matter what we see taking place today, always remember God our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ remains in control. We are protected by Him when we abide under His wings, Psalms 91:1. His word echoes in John 14:1 “let not your heart be troubled.” Remember that as children of the King we, and our family is protected in all areas of our life.

So, I encourage you today; trust in God and stay under His wings because He is our protection and our peace in a tumultuous world.


Heavenly Father,

Help me to understand that I am covered and protected as long as I abide under your wings. Jesus give me the strength day by day to acknowledge that truth, and know that I don’t have to worry about what I see because you remain in control. In Jesus name, amen!


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