Something hurtful has happened to you and you feel like you are all alone. Perhaps, you are being attacked with sickness and disease and lack the physical strength to be with people. Maybe you lost a loved one and are struggling to heal from the real pain of grief. Or you may have been betrayed by a spouse or close friend. There are many reasons why we can feel all alone at times and it is difficult to pick up the broken pieces and move forward again. If this is where you are at in life right now, I encourage you to spend time with the Lord every day, and meditate upon the following Scriptures and allow the healing process to begin.

We are reminded in 1 Peter 5:7,casting all your cares [all your anxieties, all your worries, and all your concerns, once and for all] on Him, for He cares about you [with deepest affection, and watches over you very carefully]. Lord, I know that I am not to be worried, but sometimes I am, and especially now. Help me to deal with each and everyone of my concerns, and to take into account all that You have promised me, and that You care for me. I ask this in your name, amen.

Isaiah 41:10 encourages us with these words. ‘Do not fear [anything], for I am with you; do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, be assured I will help you; I will certainly take hold of you with My righteous right hand [a hand of justice, of power, of victory, of salvation].’ Call out to the Father right now and tell Him, “Father God, I am fearful that I will not ever feel well again, that my healing might not manifest. I feel insecure that I do not measure up to you and to others. I am afraid of being alone. Help me Holy Spirit to remember that I am never alone, that You will never leave me, nor forsake me, in Jesus’ name I pray, amen.

Jesus, I sense a real lack of support during this time of need in my life. Help me to see that my help comes from You. “The man of too many friends [chosen indiscriminately] will be broken in pieces and come to ruin, but there is a [true, loving] friend who [is reliable and] sticks closer than a brother,” Proverbs 18:24. Thank You, Jesus, because You are my true friend, and I desire to come into close fellowship with You.

Holy Spirit, help me to be patient with myself and those around me, and to remember your promise in Psalm 147:3, He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds [healing their pain and comforting their sorrow]. I give You my brokenness, pain and sorrow. I receive Your comfort during this time of great pain. I accept Your healing balm of Gilead into my my mind and emotions.  And I confess with my mouth, that I may have lost someone or something very dear to me, but I am not lost. You found me. I am not someone without hope, for You are the hope of my salvation. I am not alone, because You will never leave me. I am loved by You, and Your love is unconditional towards me. You care about me, and provide for my every need. You heal me and make me whole in spirit, soul, and in body. With Your help, I will mediate upon these promises found in Your holy Scriptures and I will see that I am not alone, and this spirit of heaviness, this loneliness lifts off of me. In Jesus’ name, I pray, amen.


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5 thoughts on “Do You Feel Alone?

  1. What a wonderful word Sis Becky. Waiting on the Lord is not always easy. Particularly when so any other people are being delivered and miraculously healed. I am still standing in the gap for my son to be delivered and restored from autism. I feel like nothing is changing. I have God’s grace, but I don’t see His favor. I know that God loves me and He cares deeply for me and my son. Please continue to stand and agree Amen.

    1. Dear Marilyn,

      I hear you, I understand where you are coming from. A word of caution, our words have the power of life and death, as long as you say, “nothing is changing” it won’t. Faith is based on the Word of God and not on our feelings. In other words, change your confession. Amen.


    2. In Jesus’ name, I renounce this label and curse of autism that is attacking your son. I release the healing and deliverance power of the Holy Spirit to flow in and throughout his entire being. And that he is no longer autistic, but healed in Jesus’ name. All abnormal behaviors, stop. Suffering, stop. Communication come forth, and freedom manifest, in Jesus’ name, amen.


  2. So many times, your words are like you know what is going on in my life, and this article is particularly needed in my life today. The statement, “you are being attacked with a sickness and disease and lack the physical strength to be with people”. I am alone, widowed since Nov., 2015, but the grief for the most part is over, at least I think it is.
    Don’t know. All I know is I am feeling physically and mentally miserable. The long standing depression that has
    been with me all of my life is, I feel, the worst of my problems and affects my whole life negatively. Depression has
    a way of doing that. I have prayed for healing but feel that I need a person with the gift of healing to lay hands on
    me. I know that God is my healer and He can heal me at any time, I also know I need to spend more time in God’s
    word. I do spend time every day but can be easily distracted. I see that you are to be in Virginia, but I see no way of getting there. God knows my situation, so I would just ask that you pray for me. I know that I will be healed in heaven and I am 79 years old, so if God doesn’t heal me here, I need to be given grace to wait on God for whatever His plan is. I am dealing with tremendous spasm or some kind of squeezing in my mid section thru to my back, difficulty walking due to some type of neurological problem which limits activity greatly. Sorry to complain so much. I know there are many others far worse off than I am.
    Thank you for listening and praying!

    1. Dear Faye, you are not complaining, you are sharing your need. I am sorry to hear of all your pain and suffering–this isn’t God’s plan or will for your life. Jesus suffered greatly for your redemption, which includes healing and deliverance from satan’s wicked attacks. So right now, lay your hand upon your body and read this aloud.

      In Jesus’ name, I renounce this pain, sickness, disease, and these spasms. I command your spine to be realigned, to decompress, straighten out in the name of Jesus. I speak to your muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, vertebrae, and discs to all be realigned, recreated, strengthened and your bones fortified in the mighty name of the Lord Jesus Christ. I command any and all arthritis to be gone.

      Right now, forgive those that have wronged you in the past, by faith, and because God’s Word says to do so. And I speak life into the marrow of your bones. And your bones are healed from the inside to the outside.

      I speak to your balance, and stride that these too are healed and made whole. That physical strength be restored, like that of the eagle’s. I decree according to the Word that you shall run and not be weary, you shall walk and not faint. Full of strength, dear sister.

      I renounce this spirit of depression that has been holding you in bondage. I command this demon to get off of you NOW in the name of Jesus. No more torment, complete deliverance and freedom in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Bible says that every knee shall bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is Lord, and this includes you demon of depression.

      Holy Spirit, hover over this dear woman of Your’s. I release the Spirit of peace over her. A peace that she has never experienced before.

      All of this and more, for Your glory. In Jesus’ name, amen.

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