It’s April, and we are still under quarantine. The hospitalized can’t see loved ones, patient wards continue to expand, and more burial plots are dug. While most in the world ignore the cries of the nearly 125,000 babies who are aborted globally every day, very few on the planet can now ignore the reality of the 1,000,000+ who have died from COVID-19 in recent months. God is using a global pandemic to help all see that “all flesh is grass” that withers, but he would also have us recall that his word is like granite that remains unchanged (Isa. 40:6–8).

With the rise of every new day God reminds those with eyes to see that light is stronger than night. The bursting buds and bird songs ring out that spring overcomes winter and that resurrection hope is real. As Jesus encouraged, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live” (John 11:25).

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