When Elisha and his servant were surrounded by their enemy, Elisha's servant became fearful. The servant was afraid, because he did not think that he and Elisha had a chance of escaping the power of their enemy. You must understand that their enemy was an entire army that had them surrounded. Today, we live in a world with an unseen enemy (Covid-19, which I believe is a tool of Satan), and we are rightfully fearful; however, we must realize that God can see the enemy, whether it is Covid-19 or Satan, himself. So, since we have trusted God to keep our soul, spirit, and body safe from Satan's destruction, we should trust God to safely keep us from the devices that Satan uses to bring fear in our lives. Now, let's look at how God worked in a time that there seemingly was no hope. The Bible says that Elisha told his servant, "Fear not: for they that be with us are more than they that be with them." Following those words of exhortation Elisha prayed this prayer, "LORD, I pray thee, open the eyes of the young man." And the LORD opened the eyes of the young man; and he saw; and, behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha and his servant. So, you see, God was already there protecting His servants, but I believe that the lack of faith that the servant had was keeping him from seeing the power of God. We can only see God through eyes of faith, so I'm asking you, today, to shut your physical eyes and see the power of God with your spiritual eyes. God is always more than capable to take care of His own. He always has, He always will!
If your circumstances keep you inside or if you are one that has to go out to work/school, please, know that God has you surrounded by His power and His love.
"My son, give me thine heart, and let thine eyes observe my ways" (Proverbs 23:26).
Love and prayers,