Why I’m Not Worried About Coronavirus

Why I’m Not Worried About Coronavirus

Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve heard about coronavirus. It dominated media outlets for months, slowly making circulation from the east side of the globe to the west. It’s taken thousands of lives causing many to isolate in seclusion or travel hiding under face masks. Personally, I’m not worried about coronavirus.

Here’s why:

  1. Phillipians 2:10-11
  2. Habakkuk 2:4
  3. Amos 3:7

What does this virus have to do with scripture? Alot! Let’s look at each point and each answer to why I’m personally not worried and neither should you.

First, “Corona” means “Part of the body resembling a crown”. Although to some corona appears to be deadly wreaking havoc on the body, I too have a crown.  As a matter of fact I have a crown more powerful, weighty, and lasting than that of dear old corona. Let me just name a few:

  • I have a crown of life.
  • I have a crown of glory.
  • I have a crown of righteousness.

This list goes on and one. I talk about this and more in my new book, “Sons of God.” I’m not worried about corona at all. Let me remind you in case you forgot. Phillipians 2:10-11 kjv says the following, 

“That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

Yes friend, corona bows to. If it exists in heaven, the earth, or even under, it must bow.  

The second reason I’m not worried is because of a valuable currency called faith.  Habakkuk 2:4 says, “The just shall live by faith.”  Faith is alive. Faith is now. Faith is something you put to use when you need it. When you put a demand on it, faith shows up and shows out.  

I’m not worried about corona because I have faith that I am divinely covered, divinely surrounded, and divinely protected with an impenetrable shield that can’t be devoured.

Finally, whenever God does something, he doesn’t leave those He loves clueless. During the month of December, I became very quiet. I withdrew from Facebook for about a month and half. I felt I needed to hear from God and went on a fast. 

During this time, God downloaded song after song into my spirit. They were all about protection. I even started calling friends and loved ones singing the song over them. The song said just what I shared:

I’m divinely surrounded,

I’m divinely protected.

I’m divinely surrounded,

I’m divinely protected.

The angels hearken to the sound,

The angels are encamped around.

I’m divinely surrounded,

I’m divinely protected.

There is more to the song but you get the point. When I sang the song, I wasn’t just singing it for me and my family, but everyone who was connected. We are divinely surrounded. This is evidenced by Psalms 23 and Psalms 91.

This is a time of peace. It’s a time to rejoice and recalibrate. Everything happening is divinely aligning with what’s supposed to be.  During the same time, God gave me 4 books to release each highly significant to what will be happening during these times:

  1. The #1 Thing Wrong With the Bible – This is a time of healing, reflection, and introspection.
  2. Lord of Economic Kingdoms – This is the time where the kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of our God.
  3. Sons of God – Sons of God are starting to manifest and shake up the order to bring God’s will “on earth as it is in heaven.”
  4. Two or Three – This is a time of unity, agreement, and coming together. No longer will many operate as silos or hurt others in the body. God is not smiling on this. It is a time of accountability. We are our brother’s keeper.

So, you see, I’m not worried about coronavirus. Neither should you. You’re divinely surrounded and protected.  Time to rejoice and make your calling and election sure.

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About Lonna

Lonna’s musical career began at the early age of 5. At 12, she found herself in the spotlight when she recorded with gospel music legend, Charles Fold. By the age of 16, a nickname emerged, “Songbird.” Now, Lonna sings, writes, and speaks, with audiences around the world. She’s also a voice to add light to issues that impact the voiceless and vulnerable.

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