As we all find ourselves in this unfolding crisis, we can take heart in the Lord’s word. In John 14:1 the Lord said, "Do not let not your heart be troubled; believe into God, believe also into Me." Our human life and church life have been changed, but we must remember to always give the Lord the way to turn a situation like this to salvation. What we need during this time is to keep our eyes on the Lord so that He would strengthen our faith and we would be filled with peace. At the same time, we should remember the charge in Hebrews 10:25 to “not abandon our assembling together.” That is, we should not forsake the meeting life. During this time, we have many technologies that can still allow us to meet and connect virtually. We should consider one another so that no one would become isolated or shaken. We even have a way to meet virtually with other saints in different localities thanks to technology. We should use the extra time we now have to build up proper Christian habits—our personal time with the Lord, reading the Bible, and praying with others. Finally, we must take the proper precautions the authorities have given us, considering not only our own health but also that of others.