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I'm tired of being alone

Discussion in 'Prayer Request' started by PatriciaV, May 19, 2016.

  1. I am starting to feel despair because I'm so alone in this world, I need restoration from the Lord.
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  2. You are not alone. You are simply separated from God to some degree, and seek consolation in this with other humans. Enduring consolation only comes from God, not any man. But two is better than one, and we were made to be part of a community, so I am glad to pray for you.
  3. Every person is in a sense alone, but when a person becomes a believer in Jesus Christ that has changed... even when we seem to feel completely empty.

    Nevertheless, God recognizes our needs better than we do. This means that He knows when a person needs a partner in walking with God. Don't jump too fast toward something that looks good. The prophet Samuel did that when he was sent by God to anoint a king over Israel. He saw David's oldest brother and then all of David's other brothers, but God rejected them all. God, not Samuel, chose David.

    So does God have a special friend in Christ for you or even a spouse? I don't know, but God does. Trust Him and He will provide according to His will just exactly what you need.

    I will be praying for you.
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  4. I know how you're feeling Patricia, believe me. I pray that the two of us find ways for God to fill us in our time of need.
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  5. Praying right now, for restoration from the Lord for PatriciaV. Father, be very real to her in a special way, heal her hurting heart. Jesus, you promise that you walk closer to us than a brother. Heavenly Father, send your Holy Spirit to alight on PatriciaV, show her your will for her life, show her that she has meaning and a purpose to serve you in the Kingdom.
    Amen. God Bless.
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