No Longer Alone, Pamphlet - eBook
No Longer Alone, Pamphlet - eBook   -     By: Joni Eareckson Tada
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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781596366039
ISBN-13: 9781596366039

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Are you or someone you love experiencing great suffering in loneliness? Do you long for intimate friendships? Joni Eareckson Tada weaves in a true story about a woman who was devastated by loneliness with how she sought God in her pain. There is hope for those who find themselves in a desert of solitude. Jesus understands our pain because he endured a great amount of loneliness when he was on the cross.

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  1. Ann
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    Joni Eareckson Tada uses life experiences to illustrate gut wrenching emptiness. She points to the Psalms. I'm always eager to use the scriptures that Joanie shares in her pamphlets. I have a widows ministry where I run errands and visit and encourage widows in my church and family. There are great many widows who have overcome their loneliness by joining in a Bible study. They find friends and dig into God's word. Loneliness may occur from death, divorce, job loss, or any change in circumstances. "When loneliness is coupled with physical pain it can be a dangerous potion. " Joni quotes Mother Theresa "Loneliness and a feeling of being uncared for or unwanted are the greatest poverty" Joni prays with the lonely and ask God to feel the void. She encourages the lonely to take the focus off self and onto God who then strengthens them to care for someone in greater distress. I enjoy the fact that the photographs in her pamphlets include people with disabilities. There are places a wheel can user can volunteer. Lonely people can improve their situation if they get involved: such as join a book club, volunteer at a senior citizens center, help students do their homework, volunteer at hospitals, libraries, animal shelters. I specially like the page that encourages us to look for divine encounters. God will remember your needs and bring someone into your life. If we approach new people with this outlook, it can be a bold step to overcome loneliness. She list five questions to make us more sensitive to the way the Holy Spirit is working. Every day I have an opportunity to witness to someone struggling seeking purpose in their life or asking for prayer. These questions will be helpful in my ministry. A resource from the Institute of basic youth conflicts defines four levels of friendship from acquaintance to intimate friendship it explains the boundaries the freedoms and the responsibilities this is a good lesson for anyone to learn. Since I'm reading this after Easter I enjoyed the examples of Christ. Even in His sorrow when he was forsaken by His father, rejected, suffered terrible pain He thought of others from the cross. Jesus gives us power to do the same. From a Sermon on the Mount Jesus teaches " blessed are the mourn for they shall be comforted." Joni shares an anecdote about Dorothy Williams the British missionary who trained nurses in west Africa. This lesson teaches us the Devils instruments is a tool of discouragement it short because he uses it so much. The Bible repeat 112 times do not be afraid. Hebrews 4:12 is our shiny sharp tool to use against our adversary. Joni's compares our emotions is like a restless tide with ebb and flow drawing us up and pushing us down down. She suggest during these times to remember the sunnier days, our blessings are gifts from God the Father. . "Never doubt in the darkness what you once believed in the light. " Joni shares her desert of solitude and her lonely times she sought the fellowship of the Lord Jesus. She was free to pursue a pure heart and devotion to God. Her loneliness drove her to a deeper relationship with her Savior. In the desert, desires can be purified. One section shares the authors view of the spiritual world of angels and demons. God's angels actually rejoice when we trust and obey God. "Friend you're live is on display for millions of unseen beings." Demons and angels are watching to see if God sustaining grace really is sustaining your life. There are several prayers scattered throughout the pages which are very uplifting and meaningful. I would like to copy them and use them in my own prayer life. Rose Publishing gifted me with this resource for a fair and honest review.
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