I went for a much needed walk the other day and I started thinking (which I have been doing a lot of lately).
I am about to enter a time of transition in my life and its been tough preparing for that. I have a hard time with change, so trying to ready myself for pharmacy school has been a challenge to say the least.
To go along with my fear of change, I also worry about everything. I can sometimes be a prisoner to my anxiety and it takes over and controls me. I’m sure you can relate.
Life happens, good and bad. We go through different seasons, things change, we change.
In all of this, I have discovered one thing, it’s all going to be alright.
I’ll admit, I haven’t sought Christ in all of these struggles. I have been pretty dependent on myself and my own strength. I have tried to control this entire situation and it has brought me nothing but distress. In those moments, it feels like nothing is going to be okay.
The good news: this was all brought to my attention on that walk I mentioned earlier. It felt like someone was walking with me, reassuring me that I wasn’t alone.
Sometimes we like to fight our own battles and walk in our own strength, but be assured that it doesn’t have to be that way.
I’m far from perfect, and my life gets really messy, but I know that at the end of the day it’s all going to be alright because I don’t walk alone. Jesus is with me every step of the way; always has been and always will be.