Living in a Covid-19 World #18

Where do you go in times of trouble?

This weekend Canadians are celebrating the Victoria Day long weekend; the unofficial start of the summer season. In the past they have been able to go and take refuge at a summer cottage, or to travel and be with friends and family. But this year is going to be different.

It is interesting to watch as people’s normal schedules or routines have been altered by the conditions and travel restrictions that Covid-19 has placed upon us. The standard places where we have been able to seek rest and refuge have been lost or uprooted. It’s not easy to have your whole world turned upside-down.

A few years ago Rhonda and I had the opportunity to travel to Spain, Portugal and Morocco. We visited several medieval castles; the places of refuge of kings and kingdoms remain as a testimony to the different realms that ruled the land, whether it be pre-Christian Phoenicians, Roman Emperors, Moorish princes, or post-12th Century Christian kingdoms.

To read the rest of this devotional, go to my LukeFiveTen blog.

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