“Yet I am always with you; you hold me by my right hand.” Psalm 73:23 .
Read this psalm, the author struggled with the evils of humanity. Then he makes a statement that begins with, “Yet.” “Yet” says, “Here is an alternative,” or “in spite of everything,” it is a turning point. We need to turn and view God and His goodness.We should never forget the basics of faith. As we mature God is just refining those basics, they are reapplied and relearned. One is that God is “Always” with us. “Always” refers to time, and there is no time or place or circumstance left out of always. No event can make the “always” null and void. It will forever stand that God is “always” with us. Only my sin will rob us of the joy of knowing the “always-ness” of God.