“Never Alone”?

Absorbing God’s Word

“Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.” 1 Peter 5:7

Applying God’s Word

Earlier this month, I wrote about not being able to get over the Grapevine in southern California, being totally fatigued and spending the night in a hotel to regroup.

The following day (12/27), I departed the hotel to drive another four hours back home. What I didn’t know is that I was dangerously dehydrated. I had only been driving two hours when I became lightheaded and my hands began to shake.

I found myself praying and asking God to get me off the road safely and to find me help. Then came the answer from God; Madera Hospital next exit. I pulled into the hospital parking lot and walked directly into the ER. I could barely sign the admittance form.

The medical staff put me in a bed immediately. As I lay there, I thanked God for responding so quickly to my prayer. After two hours of rest, some much needed fluids and a thorough physical, I was released.

I was all by myself, but never alone. It was another one of those times when I cast all my anxiety on Him. It was a reminder of how much He really does care for me and for all of us.

Accounting of God’s Word

When was the last time I felt alone? Did I call on the Lord to be with me?

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