II Chronicles 7:14 – the verse this world needs to hear (Virtual Choir)

I just wanted to share this wonderful and inspiring virtual choir from our Church group. They sang a song inspired by II Chronicles 7:14.

“If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14).

In this time of global pandemic, what we need to do is heed the words of God. What we really need is to humble ourselves, pray, Seek God, and most importantly, turn away from evil.

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t simply helping us to develop our character, but also it reveals our character.

In time of crisis, are you going to doubt God or trust God?

Are you going to have faith or lose faith?

Are you going to stare at the problem or look for solution?

Yes, this coronavirus disease has taken the world captive, however, as Christians, we know that God works all things together for good.

There will still be good that will come out from this pandemic and it is up to us to respond in the godly manner.

As we look around us, we might not see a global or national repentance and humility toward God, but we all have the power to make our own choices as individuals.

Though this world may not heed the words of II Chronicles 7:14, it is my sincerest desire that we, as individuals, do.

Here are few helpful posts related to the coronavirus pandemic that you need to read:

Why doesn’t God Stop the Coronavirus Disease?

10 Best Lessons We Learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic

Where is Coronavirus Disease in Bible Prophecy

(Do you want to develop an unshakable and immovable faith? Read my eBook, “The Eleventh Chapter of Hebrews.”

4 thoughts on “II Chronicles 7:14 – the verse this world needs to hear (Virtual Choir)

  1. I think it’s important to hear/read vs. 13. Some may feel “this doesn’t apply to me” but by reading the previous verse, all will see that it does apply to all.

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