Holiday Health - God of the Lonely
Sometimes, it's hard to prepare for Holiday Cheer
The holidays don't always equal happiness. Barnabas Center director Curt Meiss shares some suggestions for not just getting through the holidays, but thriving in them. Should you need more help, remember we are always a click away to schedule a visit.Learn more here
God of the Lonely
The holidays are a lot of things.
They are certainly times that can intensify all that we are feeling and going through. They can be times of joy and togetherness, but they can also be times of pain and loneliness.
Often, they are a combination of both. God promises to be with us and to give us strength. Whether you are with loved ones or are alone, look for glimpses of Him this holiday season
Matthew 1:23 “…they will name him Immanuel.” This name means “God is with us.” - Step outside your perspective and examine how God has been with you this year. Consider writing them all down in a notebook as a reminder.
Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ because he gives me strength.” - What kind of strength do you need to thrive in your current situation? Take that need to God in prayer.