Loneliness Is Not a Life Sentence Part 2  

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In part one, I encouraged those who are lonely and down to speak up and talk to someone (if you have not read it be sure to read it please). This time I want to encourage the rest of you. To be available. Be prepared to make time to listen.  You never know what someone is truly going through. Pray for the Lord to give you open ears and eyes to see and hear the voices and hearts of the lost and lonely.

There’s nothing worse than finally reaching out and having the strength to speak up and then be ignored. Those who are truly trapped in a lonely state need hope, they need stability, and someone who cares. They need someone to listen. Not always with answers, but with compassion. They need to know it’s ok to share their heart, their thoughts, and even their failures with someone without immediate judgment. They need someone with the heart of Christ in them. And that’s where you can come in. You can help the lonely by showing His love, His patience, His kindness, His goodness, and so much more.

We as humans were created for Love, and through Love. If you are a follower of Jesus Christ, you have abilities and opportunities in you and around you daily. Pray for not only open eyes but also an open heart to be able to pierce the loneliness and the hurt of those you come in contact with. Pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit and let Him be lead you in the right direction.

The world truly needs more compassion and love. So, I hope you will consider being a Christlike vessel for the lonely. See Them, listen to them, and love them. Let’s make this world a better place, one person at a time.

Loneliness is not a life sentence, let’s prove it.

Blessings and love to you and yours take care of each other.

Peace and Love To You ALL.

Copyright©2022 Stephen Lewis

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