The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about unprecedented changes in how we interact with others. Whereas face-to-face conversations and in-person engagements used to be the norm, face coverings, virtual meetings, and video chat hangouts are now a commonplace.
At All Things By Faith, we are known for our Christian t-shirts and faith apparel. But with the rise of health guidelines and mandatory regulations that require face masks to be worn in public places in many states, we have taken the opportunity to give people a chance to spread the Word, rather than the virus, with Christian face masks.
Christian face masks are vital during this time. Many people across our nation and around the world are filled with fear and anxiety of the unknown. As Christians, it is our responsibility to represent Christ in all we say and do. While face coverings may prevent you from catching or spreading the coronavirus, with a Christian face mask, there is one thing it will definitely do: spread a message of hope to those around you who are afraid, worried, and losing hope.
All Things By Faith’s Christian Face Masks Spread a Message of Hope
Whether or not you agree with the mandatory regulations in states requiring face coverings be worn in public places, they are in effect until further notice. So, why not boldly proclaim your faith in Jesus while following these guidelines? You can do so with All Things By Faith’s Christian face masks that include a variety of hope-filled messages to choose from.
Faith Over Fear
As Christians, we have the bold opportunity to choose faith over fear during a time when there are many things to be fearful of. It is during times like these that true faith is tested. Get a “Faith Over Fear” face mask and matching “Faith Over Fear” shirt today. Wear it as a reminder to you and others that God is in control.
God Keeps His Promises
Another Christian face mask that will remind you and others that God is in control is the “God Keeps His Promises” face covering. As Christians, we know God is good and promises good to those who love him.
2 Corinthians 1:20 (NIV) states, “For no matter how many promises God has made, they are ‘Yes’ in Christ. And so through him the ‘Amen’ is spoken by us to the glory of God.” And Hebrews 10:23 (NIV) encourages us to “...hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.”
So, regardless of what is happening in our country and world right now, there is still hope because God keeps his promises.
Hope Jeremiah 29:11
Speaking of hope, Jeremiah 29:11 is a well-known verse in the Bible that speaks to the hope found in the goodness and love of God for each of his children. It says, “‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future’” (NIV).
This is a great verse to memorize so that when you wear your Jeremiah 29:11 face mask, you can share the hope of Jesus to anyone who asks what the scripture says.
The Christian face mask with the image of a cross has no words on it, but it speaks volumes. It is a reminder that this world is not our forever home, but that Jesus died so our sins might be forgiven in order to live eternally with him.
The world we are living in is unpredictable and filled with sorrow and grief, as people have lost loved ones to illness, especially during these past few months. But we know that even in the midst of sadness there is joy because Jesus died on the cross to heal every sickness and disease.
Pray Thru It
With so many questions regarding the coronavirus, it can be easy to get caught up in political debates and experience division with family and friends who hold differing opinions on how to handle this unprecedented time. The best solution is to do as this Christian face masks say and “Pray Thru It.”
Did you know? During the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic Google searches for the term “prayer” skyrocketed. Even non-believers are beginning to believe in the need for and power of prayer. When you wear the “Pray Thru It” face mask, you are reminding yourself and others who are struggling--due to the coronavirus and other life circumstances--to pray through every situation.