Quarantined - How Are You Doing in There?

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Courtnaye is a Christian blogger who loves writing to help women grow in their walk with the Lord. It's all about real talk, real issues, and real life in the faith! Don't miss out on her weekly posts every Monday at 7:30am on www.insideoutwithcourtnaye.org. For more info or questions, you can visit Courtnaye’s website or contact her via email. Also be sure to "Like" her page on Facebook. God bless!  

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Hey Sister! At the time of this writing, majority of us are being quarantined in our homes during the Coronavirus. So my question this week is “How are doing in there?” Are you sick or are you well? If you’re sick, I’m praying for you, sister. And if you’re well, take advantage of this down time, because when we’re all back out into the world and into our normal routines, we’ll be praying for some much needed quiet time or extra time catching up on things. 

With that being said whether you’re working outside of the home, because you’re needed on the job or in the health field, or whether you’re quarantined at the moment, I want to suggest a few helpful tips during this time. Are you ready? 

Here goes…

  • Rest when you can
  • Get up earlier to spend some time with the Lord in quiet (or stay up a little later, when everyone else is asleep)
  • Study a book of the Bible (like really study – notebook, pen, highlighters, etc.)
  • Memorize and meditate on Scripture (grab a few index cards or type them up)
  • Read a few books that you’ve been wanting to read (now that things are slower-paced)
  • Cultivate your gifts or research topics for your ministry, brand, or business (take good notes)
  • Join a Facebook Group, connect, and grow together online
  • Connect with family members, friends, mastermind groups, or bible study groups through Skype or Zoom
  • Share the gospel, God’s Word, or encouragement with someone at the grocery store or online
  • Do a puzzle with the family (even if it’s just you alone or with your spouse)
  • Play games with your family or play one on your phone
  • Watch a good movie (or a few good movies)
  • Call a friend or family member that you haven’t chatted with in awhile
  • Take a bubble bath and simply relax…

This time will eventually be over. So take advantage of this break. And remember, when we put God first and His righteousness, everything else will be added unto us (Matthew 6:33). God’s got us. He will supply all that we have need of, according to His riches in glory (Philippians 4:19). You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you (Philippians 4:13).  

So take care of yourself. Use wisdom. Be alert in all things. And until the next post…hang in there, sister. Literally.

Remember, Jesus is coming back soon! And those who endure unto the end shall be saved. So let’s be ready from the Inside Out!

~Courtnaye

QUESTION: So again, how are you doing, sis? Are there any tips here that you would like to apply this week? Also, need prayer? If so, write it out here or you can email me directly to join you in prayer on it @ insideoutwithcourtnaye@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you and praying for you.

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Courtnaye Richardis the founder of Inside Out with Courtnaye, a ministry that helps women grow in their walk with Christ from the heart and equips them to fulfill their God-given purpose. She is also the author of the book, IDENTIFIED: Knowing Who You Are in Christ and Moving Forward in Your Purpose. Courtnaye is married with three beautiful children and is a contributing writer for ibelieve.com, Women’s Ministry Tools, speaker of a host of women’s conferences, and her blog reaches thousands of women across the globe. She resides in the beautiful Texas Hill Country (outside of Austin, Texas).

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Courtnaye is a Christian blogger who loves writing to help women grow in their walk with the Lord. It's all about real talk, real issues, and real life in the faith! Don't miss out on her weekly posts every Monday at 7:30am on www.insideoutwithcourtnaye.org. For more info or questions, you can visit Courtnaye’s website or contact her via email. Also be sure to "Like" her page on Facebook. God bless!