Self-improvement moments: keys to not missing your loved ones during the pandemic

Sometimes being in extreme situations makes us feel lonely. Preventive isolation from the coronavirus seems to make us forget the love we receive from the Holy Spirit. Go through these keys to never feel without the warmth of God and to be close to your loved ones.


“Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.” Jeremiah 33:3

We are experiencing very particular situations right now in the world. A virus that forces us to be confined by health precautions and avoid contagions, arouses in many people's anxieties and concerns. We will have to be strong and always resort to the Holy Scriptures. There we will find the necessary answers in times of pandemics or plagues. Remembering that our creator was always there, guiding us, blessing us, and giving us encouragement with his divine illumination.


"For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them." Matthew 18:20

It is necessary to understand the context in which we find ourselves and determine how we can create a comfortable environment, both for our spiritual deficiencies, as well as for those most in need in times of pandemic. With the existing health quarantine conditioning, we can think of a way to help together with Heavenly Father. Entrusting ourselves in prayer to God, thanking all health professionals who struggle daily with cases and patients, will allow us to quickly connect in massive energy of healing.


"Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need." Hebrews 4:16

Each country establishes at times the rules and ways of the daily transit of each inhabitant. For this same reason and with the aim of not infecting the population of COVID-19, we must contribute our grain of sand from home. If necessary, if we meet people from our environment who need extra support, we can communicate by offering our time, our advice, and why not, share a verse or passage that inspires us with peace and love. Just as Jesus did on the Cross, giving us this great example so that each of his sons and daughters can continue on the path of gratitude.


"In my distress, I called to the Lord; I cried to my God for help.  From his temple he heard my voice; my cry came before him, into his ears." Psalm 18:6 

They are moments to reconnect individually and with those people, we feel close to. From the word, from the advice and personal care, this health situation allows us to be grateful to our Heavenly Father in his mission of life. If we are suffering from this virus, we must refloat all the Faith that is in the depths of our being, open ourselves and ask for help so that the love of the Lord heals the wounds, recovers our hearts and leads us again by the light and the Glory of Jesus.



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