Remember This When People Disappoint You…..

It’s okay to desire a true companion in life – one who walks with you in agreement, whether it’s a friend or significant other.

The word, ‘companion’, means, one who keeps company with another, one with whom a person frequently associates or
converses.  One who accompanies another.  A partner, an associate.   

A lot of times we find this type of companionship in our friends, certain relatives, or in a significant other.  We spend
time with them and we converse with them frequently, whether on the phone or in person.

However, in those times when they’re not there, remember the friend you have who is always there, just waiting for you to pick up the phone and call Him.

Not only is He always waiting for you, He’s always there with a word of encouragement, never to judge you but
simply listen and steer you in the right direction because He knows and wants what’s best for you more than you do.

No one has your back more than God has your back.  You never have to clarify yourself with God, because He knows and hears your heart.

Not only that, but the key to your future is in His hands, He simply desires that you commune with Him, walk
with Him, hang out with Him, and talk to Him often about everything.

People may disappoint you, but your best friend, Jesus, never does.

People may hurt you, even unintentionally at times, but Jesus always knows the right things to say, and
He’s always there. Never take for granted the privilege you have with Jesus as your ultimate true companion.

He’s just waiting on you to etch time out of your day to chill with Him; and He’s so happy to hear from you every time.

The secret [of the sweet, satisfying companionship] of the Lord have they who fear (revere and worship) Him, and
He will show them His covenant and reveal to them its [deep, inner] meaning. Psalm 25:14 (Amplified Bible)

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*Originally published on Kim on the Web.

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