You don’t have to walk alone.

There have been days in my life when those around me couldn’t help me. No matter how much they loved me, or wanted the best for me, my circumstances far exceeded their own experiences or resources. There were no advice, reassurance or answers to be given. The reality of those days brings a feeling of utter loneliness and desperation. That is, only until I put my eyes on Jesus. It is then I am reminded that I am never alone. I can be assured that Jesus knows exactly how I feel. I can be comforted to know that He already has all the answers, and will lead me and guide me through the darkest of days. I know that when I look to Him I can find rest, strength, comfort, and the very best friend. I can pour out my hurts and get healing in return. I can release anger and find joy. I can find the help I so desperately need in that moment, whatever it may be. The verse “Taste and see that the Lord is good” (Psalms 34:8) comes to mind. I don’t care where you are, or how unbelievably dark it is there, call out to Jesus. Try Him for your self. He is good. Not just sometimes. Not just when it’s convenient for Him. Not because he wants to hold it over your head. He is good because that is who He is. He will never be anything different. He loves you, and He is right there waiting for you to let Him help you. Jesus walked a long and lonely path so we don’t have to. You don’t have to walk alone today. Jesus is right there waiting. ❤️

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