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An Opportunity to Prove God to the World

1 Peter 3:15

but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,

Would anyone believe in God based on the way you trust Him?

Are you prepared to give a reason for the hope that is in you?

Not in word alone, but in action?

The COVID-19 virus has begun to spread across the US, and no one can seem to tell us how bad it’s going to get.

People are beginning to panic.

Shelves are being cleared at the supermarkets of sanitizer and hand soap.

Extreme precaution at every turn,

and you can feel the unease each day as the media feeds on the nations fear.

So, this is the time when we will discover who they are who truly trust in the word of God.

This is the season of our lives when we find out if we are truly believers, or just cheerleaders for Christ until the game seems to be at a loss.

Christians, we have an opportunity now to display the reality of God and the faith He has given us.

We can rest in knowing that there actually is no chaos; that God is in control always, and that we believe Him to be our Rock and Fortress.

We get the chance to prove God.

When others look at us, will they see men and women who believe in a life after this one far greater than here and now?

Will we display the assurance that, whatever happens, our Father in Heaven has this in His plan?

Will our lives be a testimony against all we have said about who God is?

Or will we plant our feet firmly and “be anxious for nothing, but in everything, by prayer and supplication” make our requests known to God and then live in the “peace that passes all understanding” that He gives to guard our hearts (Philippians 4:6)!?!

In a world that believes in chance, happenstance and chaos, we as believers have an amazing opportunity to display a calm resolve as we rest in an Author, greater than ourselves, who is writing out our stories, numbering our days and working all things together for our good.

The way we, as Christians, live now will give the world cause to believe,

or solidify their doubt.


My name is Adam Casey. I am a counselor at a faith-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation program in North Alabama. Day after day, for hours at a time, I am sitting with men who have seen (and done) some terrible things. Through these counseling sessions, personal struggles, and teaching classes on how Christ is the answer to recovery and reconciliation, many revelatory epiphanies have emerged. All of which are what inspire this blog. I am fully aware of my depravity and certain ability for flaw so make sure to test everything you read here with the word of God. Also, feel free to  write and respond. I love your feedback.

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