You are Not Alone, Part 1 - Ed Young Television Devotional - 4/25

Ed Young Television Devotional

You are not alone

I can do all things through Christ[a] who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13


Whenever we face difficult times, we think we are alone. We may find ourselves faced with a health problem, a relational issue, or an emotional strain that causes us to think that there is no one who can relate; no one who can understand. But the truth is that, no matter what we face in life, we don’t have to do it alone.

Jesus Christ can identify with you. He has been where you are, faced what you face, and can provide you with the strength you need to make it through. You don’t have to face your problems alone. You don’t have to walk through difficulty as a solo contestant. Trust in Jesus, rely on His strength, and look to His example. Remember, you don’t have to do life alone. He is right there for you, ready to help you through.


Thank God for sending Jesus Christ as the way into a relationship with Him. If you are facing a difficult time, pray for the reminder that Jesus can identify with you. And trust that through Christ, all things are possible.


Not only did Christ come to identify with you, He also established the Church to help us in life. Right now, commit to being at Fellowship Church this weekend, bring someone with you, and discover the power and purpose of community through the local church!

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