Have you found yourself in a place of solitude lately? So-called friends and loved ones seem to have distanced themselves and left you feeling alone, isolated, confused, sad and, at times, angry? Well, I love referring back to the popular saying, "I asked God to protect me from my enemies and I started losing friends." Not that these people are enemies set out to kill you and destroy you in the physical, but some people can be enemies to our spirit.
Some enemies are there to kill our ministry, our testimony, our walk with God and our destiny. So, in order for God to continue to move you forward, it becomes necessary to lose them. It is during this time of solitude that we should develop a closer, deeper, intimate relationship with God. He wants our full, undivided attention. If you find yourself in that place at this very moment, don't use this time to wallow in self-pity or wonder why these people left, but use it to get closer to Our Father. There is nothing wrong with you, but HE desires to make everything right with you. He is protecting you, your destiny and your future. Embrace your alone time with God, because the next group of people that HE sends into your life will be there for a purpose of pushing you closer to your destiny.
I leave you with the blessings of love, peace, good health, wealth and happiness.
Pastor Monica K. Harris
Matthew 14:23 (KJV)And when he had sent the multitudes away, he went up into a mountain apart to pray: and when the evening was come, he was there alone.