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Never Alone- Words of Wisdom by Tracy Davidson

Our annual women's breakfast was last Saturday and it was incredible!  Over 110 women came for food and fellowship and words of wisdom by Tracy Davidson, a news anchor at NBC10.  She had many great things to say, and if you missed the breakfast (or are a man), please listen to the podcast below while you're cooking dinner or running on the elliptical or whatever you that allows you to listen to something for about 30 minutes.  

One of the things she said that continues to roll around in my mind is that we are never alone.  She reminded us all that Jesus is always with us, right by our side.  She said that even in dark times there is light, even when we seem trapped, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.  Now I know. it's not a new thought, and as a church professional I feel as though this reminder shouldn't sound as powerful and refreshing as it did that morning and does in the days since.  And yet, there is something about hearing that message again, something about being reminded about God's abiding presence that is wonderful, life-giving, life-altering even.

I've always loved that passage from Romans 8 that reminds us that NOTHING can separate us from the love of Christ Jesus.  Nothing we do or say or think can make Jesus stop loving us.  Nothing we do or say or think can stop Jesus from being with us, from standing right there beside us.  

Whether we notice or not, whether we stand in awe of it or let the words pass right by us, Jesus is always with us.  So may you feel that abiding presence, may you feel that constant love with you on this Lenten day and always.  



Posted by Laurie Weicher at 1:00 PM
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