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The Lost Key

This morning was like any other weekday morning, but as I entered my van I noticed that I was missing my necklace. The Giving Key necklace that I had for a few months was missing. I had it engraved specially with “Jesus.” I found myself often using the necklace to share about Jesus. I never got a chance to give it to another person which is the company concept. I figured the necklace was laying somewhere and God would make sure the one who needed it would find it.

Later in the day, I reached into my purse to put my cell phone inside so I could go run some work errands and grab lunch. When I reached inside, I found the “Jesus” key. It was laying inside my purse, tucked safely inside without the necklace. I was amazed. The necklace must have broken and the key fell inside. Here I thought it was lost but it was with me the entire time just like He is with me all the time.

What a great reminder of Who is with us always! We can trust that He is always with us, every moment of every day. We are not alone. We are never abandoned. He is faithful!

“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” – Isaiah 41:10 [ESV]

“The LORD is the one who goes ahead of you; He will be with you. He will not fail you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.” – Deuteronomy 31:8 [NASB]

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In the Lurch

David addressed his son Solomon with some important words that we too can claim for ourselves. Solomon was entrusted with the plans to build the Temple, as we are entrusted with the Great Commission. David told Solomon not to be fearful or anxious. He basically said, “Son, don’t get discouraged. God is with you.”

God is with you too! You are not simply given direction and told to walk alone. As David told Solomon, “(God) won’t walk off and leave you in the lurch.” What does this mean? To be left in the lurch means to be left without assistance, without support needed in a difficult situation. To be left in the lurch is when you are left by someone at a particular time when you need them to stay.

Trust me friend, God does not leave you. The Holy Spirit is right with you every step of the way. You are not on this journey alone. The road might be rough, but you are going to make it! Let us finish this race together!!

“David continued to address Solomon: ‘Take charge! Take heart! Don’t be anxious or get discouraged. God, my God, is with you in this; he won’t walk off and leave you in the lurch. He’s at your side until every last detail is completed for conducting the worship of God. You have all the priests and Levites standing ready to pitch in, and skillful craftsmen and artisans of every kind ready to go to work. Both leaders and people are ready. Just say the word.’”

-1 Chronicles 28:20 [MSG]

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