Itís Not Over Yet
When we read about Ruth in chapter 3, we see a lesson which we can learn from Ruth, because we may have lost our loved one, or our relationship has went to the pits, doesnít mean itís over for us.
It simply means that area of our life has ended and a new one is about to begin. We just have to hold on, and trust in God and believe in Him, that He will help us go through what we have went through and are dealing with in our lives, and trusting Him in the next Level of our lives.
But, if you have lost someone in your life, depend on God, if you have become lonely, pray for God to help you get through that time in your life. You donít and canít just sit around all the time and wait and see if something or someone else is going to enter your life.
You must Pray, you have to step out in faith and get out of your comfort zone, and exactly what Ruth did, she stepped out into Godís plan for her. She, depended on God to help her through the rough times she had went through.
If, you are lonely from being torn from your loved one who has died and passed on, then you need to get out and meet different other people, go make new friends and find someone else who may be lonely to, they may even be more lonely than you are or have been.
Remember, we reap what we sow, and God is more than capable of putting someone new in your lifeĖĖ if you are hurting, find an old friend, or go find a new friend, God will let you know who to choose.
We all need to sow into other peopleís lives, and not just our own, and God will heal our wounds of hurt as well as the other personís who may be hurting to.
The Bible clearly states and reminds us that faith moves us to take God Ė Inspired Action. James 2:17-18. We can depend on God, if we allow Him to, itís all up to us.
Go and do what God leads you to do, because itís not over yet ĖĖ pray, Seek and Find!