“ARE YOU FEELING LONELY?” πŸ˜ž

THE LONELINESS: When our own near and dear ones are far away or hurt us we feel lonely. We wish the person who said, “I will always be with you” will remain true to his or her words. But in world nothing works like fairy tale story. In real world life comes package of times of discouragement, loneliness and sometimes of jubilation. πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ

ENCOURAGEMENT during the time of loneliness: Matthew 28:20 “………….. lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

Lord Jesus Christ had to return to the place from where he came. When he was leaving, the disciples must have felt lonely. He gave them full assurance that he will be with them always till the end. No human being is capable of giving this kind of assurance. βœ”οΈβœ”οΈ

WHAT IS YOUR SITUATION? Are you suffering from loneliness? Lord Jesus Christ has a message for you. He is saying that as he was with his disciples in the first century similarly he is with you today and always till the end. I wish that you will choose to believe and live in this spiritual reality. πŸ›

DISCIPLES NEVER LOST THEIR FAITH that their Lord is with them. Disciples carried Lord Jesus Christ wherever they travelled and he blessed them and used them to strengthen his own church. πŸ’’

JESUS IS ALIVE and he is same yesterday, today and forever. Jesus Christ never changes. His love and promises never fail. Trust in the Lord Jesus Christ and overcome your loneliness. Remember that no one is alone. Jesus is in you and he has surrounded you. πŸ’

Have a great day. This message is for your encouragement. Strictly for private circulation. I would like to invite your valuable suggestions for the improvement of Bytes. Thanks. God bless you. πŸ™

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