We are never alone, even when we are without human interaction for hours, days or more.
I sometimes go days without having a conversation with anyone I know on the weeks my kids are with their mom. I may not talk to anyone on the phone, nor leave the house as I work from home. Even then, I am never alone. God is always with me, and he is always with you.
Comfort comes to me when I think of God being with me at all times. I know that even though I may desire human interaction, everything I need is in my relationship with Christ.
“This is my command-be strong and courageous! Do not be afraid or discouraged. For the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9 NLT
There are many times when I would love to have someone call me up and just check on me to see how I am doing. For the most part, that doesn't happen.
My relationships changed when I strengthened my walk with Christ. Many of my friends became distant to me, including many Christian friends. So, I find myself being even more alone from human interaction, but when it comes down to it, I know we are never alone, and I take great comfort in knowing this to be true.
Sometimes I ask God why am I alone and isolated so often? And, I think as of late, the answer is coming clear.
Letting go of pride – We are never alone
I still am full of pride, and I must let it go. Maybe God is pushing me to ask others for help, something I am still not very good at doing? The isolation is forcing me to seek others instead of being alone as I would in the past.
God even states it is not good for man to be alone, and yet, I have so much pride, that I continue to defy what God wants for me. I've even gone so far to justify this by pointing to the fact that we are never alone. We always have God with us.
Will I let go, and let others come into my life? I will continue to work towards this goal. Until that time, I know, we are aware we are never alone.