In the time of social distancing, there are many outlets encouraging you to remain plugged in. Wireless, electric and phone companies are waiving disconnections. Most churches and organizations are using telehealth, televisits, and social media sites to help you stay plugged in. All which are very convenient and helpful.

However, what if God is calling you to unplug? What if this is the season where God wants you to unplug from your world so that you can plug into Him?

Sometimes, the reset button is necessary. We tend to be a people that are always on the go and if we have to sit still, we go stir crazy. But we want to encourage you to use this time to unplug from the noise and the distractions.

Use this time to reboot the system. This can be the season where you figure out what God wants you to do and how He wants you to do it.

Think of the saints of old, when separated from the noise of their worlds, they got to be intimate with the Father: Moses and his encounter at the burning bush is where he was appointed to bring the children of Israel out of Egypt. Jesus was ministered to by the angels in His wilderness moment. Separated, Jacob wrestles with the angel and received his new identity.

What if your unplugged moment births your ministry? What is your unplugged moment reignites your relationship with the Lord? What if your unplugged moment gifts restoration?

Enjoy the stillness of this time. Become unplugged, for His sake and yours…

Peace and Blessings

2 thoughts on “Unplugged.

  1. Wow. What a beautiful and dead on post. My sister you remind me without stillness and “unplugging” how can I possibly be still and know that He is God (Psalm 46:10)? The Holy Spirit is after all a still small voice and we must be still ourselves to hear it. Thank you so much my sister for allowing God to use you to bring to mind this profound message.

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