We aren’t traveling alone

Hebrews 11 tells us that Moses did not fear Pharoah—he kept right on going because he kept his eyes on the invisible.

We need not panic as challenges loom ahead. When storms howl around us, or the enemy besieges our walls, our hope stands on our Father’s promises that He will not fail or abandon His children. He says, “I am here, and I am holding you.”

And when we need more reassurance of His presence, we can ask Him for eyes to see the invisible—that He is always there. None of God’s children travel alone.

I know you are always with me. I will not be shaken, for you are right beside me. I rejoice in that, and my heart is glad. (Psalm 16:8,9 AP)

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