What are some important lessons you learned from the 2020 lockdown? Here are some lessons I learned:
- History is the greatest asset of our generation, but our most neglected gift.
- We are not what we see when we stand in front of a mirror. The real person inside is much more valuable and more precious than temporary externalities.
- I can and will survive without using cosmetic make-up for seven months. Who knew!
- I owned too many clothes, shoes, and other accessories. I did not need most of them while working from home.
- Many are the plans in a person's heart, but only The Lord's counsel will stand.
- Personal branding, self-love and other self-related psychobabbles can only go so far. Covid-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown demonstrated the limits of our human capacity.
- Social distancing between us and our devices, earthly possessions and worldly plans may not be such a bad idea after all.
- Death is inevitable. How prepared are we to meet our Creator?
The Untouched Part touches all the parts in and about us that we can neither see nor handle, and will direct you in the course of knowing your true self beyond pretty pictures and earthly possessions, using the only Instrument that can: The Holy Bible.
It is particularly heartening to attest to a book birthed by months of dwelling in God's presence. I recommend it for all searching for answers for the often-neglected part of the Christian Faith, for those seeking for something different which is vital for the 21st Century Christian. It is a must read!
-Tunde Olanipekun (MFA), Senior Pastor at The Redeemed Christian Church of God.
About the Author:
Eunice-Pauline is a Christian whose heart aches for the unsaved. Once lost and now found, her mission is to spread the whole Gospel of Jesus Christ and save souls in a dying generation without changing a single point from what has been laid down since the days of the Apostles. She is a fool for the Word of God, as she believes and stands on the infallibility of every word of God in the Holy Bible. A defender of the ancient Christian Faith, Eunice-Pauline has decided that to live is Christ and to die is gain.