Life with others

Genesis tells us God created the heavens and the earth, everything therein, Adam, … and thought it wasn’t good for the man to be alone.

At times, it’s good when we set ourselves apart to refresh, rest, and possibly enjoy time with God, but for the sake of this post, let’s focus on the being with others.

Thinking about Ecclesiastes 4: 11, “…. how can one be warm alone?” I like to be warm physically, and in my heart. You know, the feeling of having the warmth in your heart?

Of course there is a feeling of love associated with warmth in the heart, but there’s also the sense of belonging. No one wants to feel they are on this planet alone. Ecclesiastes 4: 12 says: “If one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken.” We are stronger together.

Hebrews 10: 25 states how we should not forsake the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another…….” I realize we can exhort each other from the privacy and solitude of our homes, (modern technology makes this all too easy) but there is something to be said for being with others.

Jesus, Himself, is the Word (John 1:1) but He went about being with people. He exhorted, healed, and taught. He shared love. He’s our example. He enjoyed and appreciated His creation of nature, but His focus was on humans. He desired for them to be with Him in heaven, one day. He still desires this. He wants that none should perish.

I trust that Jesus went to “prepare a place for” me. (John 14:3) I trust He is coming again for me. I thank Him.

Is He preparing a place for you????????????

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Grandma of 14, believer in The One True God, Jesus is my Lord and Savior. I can be found on Twitter as Lori Church, tho I don't check in with Twitter much. I write scriptures, events in my life/world as they pertain to God's purpose, and vent feelings (and thoughts) Ring in with your uplifting comments, please

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