The train hadn’t arrived yet. These words echoed in my mind as I paced along the platform. My ears inclined toward every word the announcer broadcast through the PA. I wished I could understand Danish.
I checked the time. 8:35. Oh, twenty-five minutes to my meeting at work.
“The lady who smiles at you will be your guide,” the voice inside me spoke. Why would a lady smile at a stranger like me? As I tried to make sense of it, a lady smiled at me.
She’s the one. I scurried over and asked her about the train. She replied in English that due to the brewing storm many trains had been cancelled. She instructed me to take another train. I followed her and got to the office before the meeting started.
Later that morning in the office, everyone talked about the storm that would strike Copenhagen in the afternoon. We were advised to return home around two. A lady introduced herself to me and offered to drive me home. I accepted her kind gesture.
God provided me with someone at the right time during my visit to Copenhagen in early December this year. God is faithful. He is always faithful.