OTS by Jess: Day Ten

“The Lord is King forever and ever; The nations have perished out of His land” -Psalms 10:16

The Lord is forever constant. He never changes. He never waivers. All the more reason for us to trust in Him.

Today was not an easy day.

To put it simply, things can and will change. The radio station that I work for has changed three times in the last year. And unfortunately, I think things are going to change again. Scratch that, I know they are going to change. Our program director and morning show co-host resigned today.

I was stunned.

It goes beyond just him leaving. I understand that he did what he felt was right for him. However, this is such a major change. This man gave me my start. I would not be doing what I am doing today if it wasn’t for him. He came to me and gave me a chance without me saying a word. He gave me a world of opportunity and all of the tools I would need to succeed along the way.

Above all he believes in me.

I know that our friendship has not ended. And I intend to continue to utilize him as a source of wisdom. It is very weird however, to think that my mentor will no longer be sitting in an office down the hall from me.

Much of the last few days have been me learning about strength. And while I still believe that those lessons will be necessary for the future and in my relationship with my boyfriend, I never expected that I would need them so quickly for a situation that, quite frankly, has plopped into my lap.

It’s those lessons that will help me get through the rest of this week and onto whatever lies ahead. But in the midst of all this change, I am so thankful the King of Kings will never, EVER change.

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