Didn’t ride the train yesterday. No train time, no quiet time? It shouldn’t be the case. But at least now I’m sure, I have another two years’ worth of train time – quiet time. : )
Look to God in your spiritual journey. Look intently, expectantly, attentively. There will be people who, intentionally or not, will look at you with contempt. Some will mock or scorn, some publicly, some privately.
Now that you know that this is just part of human nature – it was true in the psalmist’s time, it is still true today – you can refocus your anxiety. Look to the Master. He is just and merciful, He knows what is best. He is able to guide you and give you strength. If you abide in Him, He will bring about from you “love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control” (Galatians 5:22, 23 ESV).
Keep your eyes focused on God.