Never out of touch with God

A handwritten notation in my Bible reminded me recently of the loneliness and uncertainty I had felt the day I wrote it. While thousands of miles from home I had scribbled "Manila" next to the passage in Psalms "a very present help in trouble." Ps. 46:1. I had been praying deeply for courage and a solution to a problem that seemed to offer little hope.

The notation had been made during a prolonged airline strike, which had stranded hundreds of travelers for many days. With money running low and hotel and connecting flights in jeopardy, my situation was bleak. Each passing day the fear and uncertainty compounded.

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