You Are Not alone

By   •   February 28


Loneliness is no respecter of persons. It invades the palace as well as the hut. Many turn to drink because of loneliness. Others lose their sanity becasue of loneliness. Many commit suicide because of the despair of loneliness. Thousands have found Christ to be the answer for their loneliness. The Hebrew children were not alone when they were hurled into the fiery furnace of persecution. There was One with them like unto the Son of God. Moses wasn’t alone in the Midian Desert when God came to comfort him and call him to a wider ministry. Elijah wasn’t alone at the cave when God came near and spoke with the still, small voice. Paul and Silas were not alone in the Philippian jail when God came down and gave them a song at midnight. Whoever you are, Christ can give you comfort and companionship.

Read Billy Graham’s message, “The Despair of Loneliness”

Read Billy Graham’s message, “Are You Lonely?”

Prayer for the day

Whenever I begin to feel alone, help me to remember that You are always with me. Sometimes the way seems dark but You are still there. Thank You, Lord.

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  1. ann says:

    Deceived by adultery, forsaken by my sons, my only joy is my adopted daughter. I am going paralyzed and in extreme pain. Thought of suicide but I can not do that to my little girl. Please pray for me

    1. Fred Ermanovics says:

      Ann, this is my first time through the devotions, so I did not see your posting last year. Just wanted to let you know I’ll be praying for you. They say suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, and I pray that you are in a much better situation now. I’m 48 and have never been married. Sometimes the loneliness is overwhelming. Your situation has helped me realize that married people can suffer greatly also. Two things have helped me. When I’m thanking and praising God despite my circumstances, it’s harder to feel bad. Also, when I’m laughing it’s hard to feel sad. So, I actively pursue praise and humor and then I seem to find myself again. God bless you Ann.

  2. Daniel Poormon says:

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  3. Brotosari rahayu says:

    Thank u Jesus

  4. Jennie Campano says:

    I was raised in a very isolated home, we never had visitors. I didn’t learn to trust or to love as a child. I have known loneliness well and this message is such a blessing. Thankfully I have known Christ and His words help me daily to live with joy. With Christ we are never alone, I must think of this daily and keep it in my thoughts and heart. Thank you.