At least one word of "Good News" was pretty earthshattering, a woman had had a kidney transplant and so had her daughter, and God had kept them both protected and safe, neither one of them had been sick at all. Another woman said simply that she was alive and feeling good and had enough money to buy food. This wouldn't ordinarily be thought of as earthshattering, but under the circumstances, I'm not so sure.
Some people used their time in front of the camera to offer some positive comments and advice. "With everything going on in the world and in our country, I've noticed a lot of people being nicer to each other -- my goal is to be nicer to people," is what one man said. A woman offered, "It's great to see how humanity's coming together." Another man said plainly, "Don't give up. We're going to get through this."
What is your "Good News?" Do you have any? Are you sharing it with everyone you can, every chance you get? Or are you a carrier of the message that is also out there to be cynical and negative and depressing? We've all heard the sentiment that you can either be part of the problem or part of the solution. In my lifetime, there has probably never been a more important time to decide which one you will be.
Grace and Hope to you,