Fear and loneliness a dangerous combination
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Fear and loneliness
A dangerous combination
by Robin Tramble
Are you feeling lonely? Waiting on that
special someone? Have you found that special
someone and entered into marriage and found
yourself still feeling lonely?
We conduct Home Bible Studies and at this particular study the Hostess apologized for every one that wasn't in attendance. We told her that was alright, whoever was
meant to be here is here.
We continued and the subject matter we got on was about relationships. Some of the subject matter would not have been discussed had everyone expected attended that evening. I felt led through out the course of our conversation to tell them that they must be careful of fear and the dangerous combination of fear and loneliness.
Fear will immobilize us, steal our destiny, health and relationships. Fear empowers us to FAIL. Faith is just the opposite.
I went on to tell them that the Fear of loneliness will cause us to make choices that we wouldn't have other-wise made, such as; getting into a relationship that we know goes contrary to what we believe. Compromising our standards. Lusting and seeking after ways to fulfill
that lust. Settling for second best. Interrupting our relationship with God. Ignoring the unctioning of Holy Spirit.
To all of you who are looking and becoming impatient with the wait, please know from we who are married there is loneliness in marriage. How? When you haven't done what God is trying to get you to do now, which is to have a personal relationship with Him.
Substantiate your completeness in Him. Lean on and trust only in Him. When we make haste to make our own way for a relationship we are trying to fill a void that only God can fill. In turn we get married thinking "now I won't be lonely", oh no my friend! You have just
Your expectations will be too high and
could result in discouragement, depression, infidelity, resentment, and more. You will soon be seen as needy by your new spouse, which will replace the joy of marriage with a burden and most of all disrupts your fellowship with God, because now you are seeking fulfillment through your spouse (as you did when you were unmarried) which leaves less time for seeking fulfillment from your personal relationship with Father, God.
Replace Fear with Faith. Faith that God knows the plans He has for you.
Faith to know that He will not with-hold any good thing (person) from you.
Combine Faith and completeness. This is a dangerous combination! You read it right... a dangerous combination for the enemy, satan,
slew foot, the adversary.
When you're a woman of Faith and complete in God------watch out!
I encourage each of you to continue to develop your completeness in God. You are a woman by God's design. Remember God in you= EMPOWERMENT.
Scriptures on loneliness
Jeremiah 17: 14-17
John 14:26, 28
John 16: 1-6
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