In a world where everyone seems to be connected, it seems ironic that studies show we’re more isolated than ever before. We all have moments when we feel alone and that sense of separateness can create cracks that let lies slip into our hearts.
Lies that say, “Everyone has more friends than you.”
Lies that taunt, “Maybe you don’t really belong here.”
Lies that even accuse, “If anyone really knew you, you wouldn’t be loved the same.”
Can we shudder together at the ugliness of those words? And then can we say as sisters that we won’t listen to them anymore?
This is the truth to hold onto: You are not alone. I am not alone. Even in the moments when we feel like we are.
“And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” – Jesus, in Matthew 28:20
God has promised He is with us, for us and will never leave us. Yesterday, today and forever we are surrounded by more love than we can even imagine.
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