I hope you are safe in this chaotic world of ours. It’s a scary, frustrating time for everyone, me included! It’s times like this, I cherish being a “Gods Girl Boss.” It’s personal to me. So, I want to focus on what I think it means to be a “God’s Girl Boss” during this pandemic. I’m know you are aware of the high tensions on social media regarding Covid-19 and Social Distancing. In my opinion, a couple of the best ways to be a God’s Girl Boss in this pandemic, is to exercise patience (the kind of patience Christ shows all of us), do as our various: local, state and federal government ask and then take care of yourself.
It’s easy to feel lost and become overwhelmed with panic/anxiety and fear. I have had to keep myself in check sometimes, because let’s be honest, this is something no one has ever experienced (The virus, the Quarantines, the Shutdowns, etc.) I have lost four promotional jobs since all this started. Whenever I feel anxious, I recite my scripture verses. (I like to keep certain verses in my heart to use for such times as this. 2 Timothy 1:7, “For God hath not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and of a sound mind.” By taking care of our spirit, we can find peace and hope through our belief in God and his word.
I don’t really want to talk about “Social Distancing” because we all know what that means, (but it was a new term for me- how about you)? One of my favorite stay at home activities is to watch spiritual movies that inspire me and my family. I Still Believe, I Can Only Imagine, and War Room are GREAT MOVIES! They are incredible movies and ones that I plan on watching numerous times. SOBBING ALERT, I cried so hard my jacket sleeve was wet as I tried desperately and discreetly to dab at my eyes. Needless to say, it was an epic fail…lol. If you find the time, watch them. I hope you enjoy them as I much as I did. I hope they bring you peace.
What are you doing to be a “God’s Girl Boss” during this time of “Social Distancing”?
Till next time, I’m just Keeping It Reel with Rebecca Lea. Be Safe. Help your neighbor. We’re all in this together.