Many churches switch to social platforms for their Sunday service.

The spread of this coronavirus hasn’t stopped pastors from having Sunday services. Many of the churches across America have decided to continue to continue to preach the gospel of Jesus, and to pray for the needs of others.

This has proven to be effective, as there are many people logging on to different church websites wanting answers. They have found creative ways and through various social platforms to continue to give money, to respond to messages, or via prayer. Some are hosting them through Facebook live, others through Instragram, or Youtube, or even on their own websites. Thousands of people have been connecting wanting to hear from God.

This is why pastors should continue to preach the word of God to their members. In times of crisis, preachers should stand up and preach the gospel, the good news of Jesus. This isn’t the time to be like the world, locked up in a house, and not do anything with what God has given us. People need to hear that this is momentarily, and why God is allowing this to emerge!

“Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together…” Hebrews 10:25

I salute those pastors that continue to preach through various platforms. The above scripture emphasizes the importance of not abandoning the coming together of the saints! We must continue to congregate, especially in s time like this! I declare the blood of Jesus will continue to be on your homes! I pray the spirit of revival will invade your homes, and your churches!

If you haven’t been using social media, I declare conviction! We need to be actively preaching the word of God! Like John the Baptist or Noah, we must continue to be proclaiming the good news!

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