Isolation is a lie!

This is deep because it hits home. Isolation can be so detrimental to ones faith. The moment we begin to isolate ourselves from church, from His word, and from the assembly of our brethren and those who aid our walk spiritually, the more access the enemy has to afflict our minds. From experience, the most detrimental thing we can do is to detach ourselves from the TRUTH a.k.a the word of God. The scriptures tell us that it is the truth that sets us free. Therefore, if we are not connecting to the truth, then we are connecting to confusion, deceit, and lies. And the ultimate lie is believing we can make it and survive outside of Jesus. Believe me, I have tried and I have failed each and every single time. The Bible tells us that all people are like grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the field; the grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord endures forever.” [1 Peter 1:25]. We can only glory in ourselves for so long until we realize how fleeting it can be, and how temporary our “happiness” outside of God lasts. The most important part of this message i’m trying to relay is; staying connected to the TRUTH is the only way we can ever experience eternal joy, peace and wholeness internally. Isolation from this truth will only bring about the opposite. So i encourage anyone reading this right now to stay connected to the truth and keep it close. Remember, the more we detach from this truth, the more susceptible we are to everything contrary to what the truth entails. Deuteronomy 11:18 – “Commit yourselves wholeheartedly to these words of mine. Tie them to your hands, and wear them on your foreheads as a reminder.” 💕

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