It’s been a beautiful summer thus far, but it seems as though this year has been filled with far too much bad news. There have been a number of people diagnosed with cancer, others who have died suddenly and still others who have had to deal with family and relationship situations that have all but devastated them.
As a pastor, I often see situations nobody should ever have to go through alone. No one should ever have to wait in the hospital while a loved one is in life-or-death surgery. No one should ever walk through the minefield of cancer alone. No woman should ever have to wait alone for the lab report on a problem pregnancy or an abnormal breast exam. No one should ever have to wait for news from a battlefield alone.
Nobody should ever have to stand at the edge of an open grave alone. Nobody should ever have to spend the first night alone when their spouse has just walked out. And no one should ever be alone having just lost a loved one.
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