As I sit down to write August’s article for the Costa Cálida Chronicle we are living in very uncertain times.
Last month I wrote that we were slowly progressing out of the lockdown caused by Covid 19. Now, one month on, I’m not so sure. Who knows what the situation will be by the time you read this. There is much talk of the restrictions being re-introduced, but one thing is certain; life as we have known it will never be the same.
We are all going to have to learn to live with a new ‘normal’. Whether you are a Christian or not, people all over the world are beginning to sense that we are coming to the end of something big and they are right. Time is short and Bible prophecy is being fulfilled before our very eyes. The Covid 19 pandemic has convinced many people to stop and think and reconsider their relationship with God.
You have a Heavenly Father who loves you.
Do you know Him?
Don’t let the pressures and temptations of this modern world keep you from seeking a relationship with God.
This pandemic has made us all very aware of what’s going on around us and has brought out a wonderful sense of caring and sacrifice in many people.
We must learn to love, accept and forgive imperfect people, realizing that we are all different – male and female, Jew and Gentile.
In the western world we come from every nation, race and ethnic group on earth. Whatever our background, we must learn to love what is good and accept what is still a work in progress.
Maybe this is a time to start trying to live life a little differently
Maybe this is the time to give God a try.
The Covid 19 pandemic has brought many of us to a crossroads in our lives. Before you decide which road to take, don’t you think you ought to find out more about Jesus?
At the time of writing, our Sunday morning services start at 11am, but are subject to change, so please give us a call if you would like to join us and find out more about Jesus. We would love to welcome you.
Our services are held mainly in Spanish with translation into English via headsets (provided). Parts are sometimes in English translated into Spanish.
Our Sunday morning services are held at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.