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Our Daily Bread Devotional 9th September 2021 – Hotel Corona

Our Daily Bread Devotional 9th September 2021 - Hotel Corona
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Our Daily Bread Devotional 9th September 2021 – Hotel Corona

Welcome to Thursday Daily Devotional 9th September 2021 of Our Daily Bread titled Hotel Corona. This message shall be a blessing to your life and destiny.

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TOPIC: Hotel Corona


Christ’s love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all . . . . From now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. 2 Corinthians 5:14, 16

Scripture: 2 Corinthians 5:14–20


The Dan Hotel in Jerusalem became known by a different name in 2020—“Hotel Corona.” The government dedicated the hotel to patients recovering from COVID-19, and the hotel became known as a rare site of joy and unity during a difficult time. Since the residents already had the virus, they were free to sing, dance, and laugh together. And they did! In a country where tensions between different political and religious groups run high, the shared crisis created a space where people could learn to see each other as human beings first—and even become friends.

It’s natural, normal even, for us to be drawn toward those we see as similar to us, people we suspect share similar experiences and values to our own. But as the apostle Paul often emphasized, the gospel is a challenge to any barriers between human beings that we see as “normal” (2 Corinthians 5:15). Through the lens of the gospel, we see a bigger picture than our differences—a shared brokenness and a shared longing and need to experience healing in God’s love.

If we believe that “one died for all,” then we can also no longer be content with surface-level assumptions about others. Instead, “Christ’s love compels us” (v. 14) to share His love and mission with those God loves more than we can imagine—all of us. By: Monica La Rose

REFLECT: When do you find yourself most prone to forget the “bigger picture” of your shared humanity with others? What helps remind you of our equal brokenness and need for Jesus’ love?


In hard times, Jesus, thank You for those moments when I see a glimmer of breathtaking beauty through the love and joy of others. Help me to live each day this way, regarding “no one from a worldly point of view.”

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Hope this Our Daily Bread Devotional 9th September 2021 tirled Hotel Corona was a blessing? Wishing you God’s richest blessings for the day.

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