Never Alone

 

“Unless the Lord had been my help, I would soon have dwelt in the land where there is silence.  When I said, My foot is slipping, Your mercy and loving-kindness, O Lord, held me up.  In the multitude of my anxious thoughts within me, Your comforts cheer and delight my soul!” (Psalm 94:17-19)

People can get in some really scary predicaments!  I’m saying this from experience.  I know that throughout my life, the Lord has come when I got in a bad situation and helped me out of it–every time.  His love never fails, it never gives up and it never runs out.

If we could only realize how much He loves us, we could have mountain-moving faith.  It is His good pleasure to give us the kingdom the Bible says.  His mercies are new every single morning and His compassion towards us never fails.  He daily loads us with benefits!  He makes sure that the lines or our paths are fallen in pleasant places.

When we call on the Name of the Lord, He comes to bring His wonderful peace to calm our fears and anxieties.  Even in our faithlessness, He is ever faithful to us.  In our doubts and second-guessing, He brings comforts to cheer us up.

A life that is lived with God in it, is never alone.  There is always His presence no matter how alone you are in the earth.  Every single person can slam the door in your face, but He never will.  Everyone may turn against you but He never will.  His love will never fail.

You may not have children, or a spouse, or parents and siblings, but you don’t have to be alone.  Once you accept Jesus Christ into your heart, He comes into your life bringing all His comforts and peace…and He will bring people into your life to drive the loneliness away.  With Jesus we are never alone…

Blessings everyone…

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