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Some Of The Mid Day's Good News:




The Remedy for Loneliness 

Simon, son of Jonah, do you love Me? 
John 21:16 

Recommended Reading
John 21:15-19
An English newspaper recently ran a story about “Britain’s Most Unloved Dog.” Maggie, who was abandoned in 2003 by a large family that could no longer cope with pets, ended up at a place named Serendipity Kennels. Over the past eleven years, more than 50,000 people looking for a dog have bypassed her. No one has offered to give Maggie a home.

If that story touches your heart, think of the millions of babies, children, teens, adults, and senior adults in the world today who are lonely and unloved. We can’t meet all the needs in the world, but there are two things we can do each day.

First, let’s be on the lookout for those needing love. Our streets, stores, schools, offices, and even churches are filled with lonely people. Often we can provide the lifeline of friendship, and sometimes it costs us little more than a smile and a kind word.

Second, let’s keep telling our loved ones that they are our loved ones. No one can be told too often that they are loved. Husbands, wives, sons, daughters, brothers, and sisters all need to hear us say: “I love you.”

The reassurance of love is the remedy for loneliness.

A Single Thought: Verbalize your love for others—it bears repeating.