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Loneliness is one of the greatest problems people face today. It is a leading cause of suicide-that is now the third greatest killer of students in the United States. People feel various kinds of loneliness. One of the most common is the loneliness of solitude. Or there is the loneliness of suffering. Many people experience loneliness in society, or there is the loneliness of sorrow, guilt, and judgment.

All of us feel at times a loneliness for God. Someone has called it cosmic loneliness. We don’t know what it is. It makes us restless. You see, man was made for God; and without God, he is lonely. But Jesus is knocking at the door of our heart, saying, “I want to come in. Let me in.” He doesn’t push His way through that door. We have to open it and invite Him in; when we do, He comes in to live forever and we are never lonely again.

Prayer for the day

Lord Jesus, I remember the agony of my days without You. Lead me to the lonely people who need to experience the joy of Your companionship, too.

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  1. Rick Wilson says:

    Our heavenly Father, I pray that YOU could guide us all into your righteousness with a heaping helping of patience to overcome our own sinful nature, to endure in faith those who, seemingly constantly pressure us and tempt us to live against YOU; and, please, continue to guide us, redeeming us with grace, to ever walk faithfully in Your Way; and, we pray these things in the name of Yeshua; amen.

  2. Rick Wilson says:

    “Who can ever learn the will of YHWH God? Human reason is not adequate for the task, and our philosophies tend to mislead us, because our mortal bodies weigh our souls down… All we can do is make guesses about things on earth; we must struggle to learn about things that are close to us. Who, then, can ever hope to understand heavenly things? No-one has ever learned Your will, unless YOU first gave him wisdom, and sent your holy spirit down to him; in this way people on Earth have been set on the right path…”

  3. Chelsea Colbert says:

    Thank you God for sending your Son for us so that we would be redeemed. I rem

    Thank you God for sending your Son for us so that we would be redeemed. As a child I always wanted to know God but Jesus was far from me. I had great difficulty in believing due to a traumatic experience. I always wanted to feel like I belonged but felt that I didn’t. I think that this is part of this insidious loneliness that strikes at people’s hearts; it is the need to belong, the need to be known, and accepted. If we accept that none of us are perfect, that none of us are free of sin, that no matter how many riches we acquire it is not the Heavenly measure of the human being; thenthis makes it easier for us to accept others, and ourselves.