Transition times—God is still here

Not long ago, over the course of about five months, I lived and worked in four different states, held jobs as diverse as being a nanny in a major city and an organic vegetable farmer in rural New Mexico, and saw my bank account grow and empty several times. Things seemed to be in a constant state of flux. Twice I didn’t know where I was going to be living next. 

Understandably, there had never been a time in my life in which I had so desperately needed to feel the gentle, secure presence of my Father-Mother God, leading me through every transition and every detail. Though sometimes I was mentally paralyzed with doubt and consumed with the fear of whether there was, indeed, good in store for me, divine Love reliably provided the wisdom and supply for me to move forward and feel cared for.

One small victory over fear helped me immensely during this time. 

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