I am with you always.
“In this world you will have trouble,” Jesus said. Not “In this world you may have trouble,” but “In this world you will have trouble.” If you’ve been around for a spell you’re saying, “Yep.”
But he also made you a promise—a promise that when trouble comes calling, you won’t be alone: “I am with you always.” David Livingston called that promise “the word of a gentleman of the most strict and sacred honor.”
Sometimes you feel alone. You’re not. Hang tight to your faith that God is working behind the scenes in ways beyond your understanding.
“I am with you always.” You can let your weight down on that.
The one thing more certain than the presence
of problems is the promise of his presence.