17 Oct

Battling Loneliness

Battling Loneliness

I have had to battle loneliness my entire life. It’s not that I don’t treat my significant other well. I take pride in treating my significant other better than myself. It’s not that I am ugly. Hackers have stolen my pictures to pretend to be me on dating apps. It’s not that I don’t have money. I earn a good living. I am generous, smart, and funny.

Yet I have been, and still am, opposed by a force which sabotages romantic relationships beyond my control. By the Lord or by the Devil – I really could not say the source. I have prayed to break all curses many times. All I can say is a powerful force is keeping me single. It’s hard battling loneliness.

When my last relationship fell through recently, it hurt more than the others. I have been reflecting on loneliness a lot. You may be curious “what happened”? To summarize, I loved her the whole time. She only loved me half the time, or so it seemed. That’s not a recipe for success. I respect free will. No bridges were burned, but this one hurt.

Last night before falling asleep, I got the download on a whole new perspective on battling loneliness. I actually wrote it down after hearing it in my mind. It was, to me, a revolutionary outlook on loneliness. The transmission started like this …

“I can spin you up a custom.”

Spin me up a custom? What does that mean?

And then I heard more. I was tapped in. This new perspective was being downloaded into my brain …

“Loneliness is a vicious attack and a lie from the enemy.”

Go on, I said.

“This is actually an attack on an eternal gift that the Lord – in all his glory – can give.”

Continue, I said.

Spin me up a custom means this. It means the Lord can create a significant other for you in the paradise that never grows old and never dies.”

I am intrigued. Continue, I said.

“You have underestimated the Lord’s eternal gifts, which are so great that words cannot adequately describe. You have also underestimated Satan, whom does not want you to receive your eternal gifts. In this case, a custom significant other just for you.”

Elaborate, I said.

“Satan attacks with deadly weapons of loneliness and jealousy on the Earth, convincing many that the temporary gifts of this world are greater than the eternal gifts of paradise, which is deception and a vicious attack and not true. But now you know, his gifts are beyond human words in splendor, and he delights in surprising you in paradise. So live in peace from this day forth.”

These are the words that came to me in the spirit while I was stressing about loneliness for what seems like the millionth time. I have grown so tired of stressing about being lonely through the years. This was brand new perspective and I really appreciated it!

I felt I needed scripture to verify. I remembered Jesus talking about marriage in heaven. Was this download of info I received against scripture?

Matthew 22:24-32 is possibly relevant. Luke 20:28-20:38 is possibly relevant. Mark 12:18-27 is possibly relevant. I am aware of these. But just because there is not marriage amongst the resurrected as we know it, we totally dismiss all relationships as being possible? We know very little about heavenly relationships. We know very little about heaven’s society.

The consoling voice described to me spinning up a custom to be an eternal gift. So I started looking up verses related to treasures in heaven. I remembered this mansions verse …

In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.

John 14:2 KJV

But in all those heavenly mansions, is everyone just living in those mansions by themselves? Everyone is a single home owner in heaven? Maybe. Maybe not. We don’t know much about heavenly society!

I found it interesting that the consoling voice I heard told me “you have underestimated the Lord”. Then when I looked up the scripture that we possibly consider relevant to this topic, and Jesus says “ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God” (Matthew 22:29 KJV). I have no interest in denying the power of God.

What of gender in heaven? Denying gender exists in heaven clashes with scripture. There is scripture describing the Holy Ghost as male (John 14:26 and John 16:13). No one describes Jesus as not resembling a man – even after his own resurrection! “Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name” anyone (Matthew 6:9)? Jesus is coming back for his bride (Revelation 19:7)! Maybe the heavenly citizens just “resemble” men and women? Who knows? Again, don’t know much about heavenly relationships / heaven’s society. I think Yahweh wants to keep some things as a surprise. In the mean time, pondering the splendor of what those surprises might be can help boost morale while on the earth.

In the mean time, I clearly heard in my spirit that the Lord can create a custom significant other for you in paradise. Someone who doesn’t grow old. Someone who doesn’t die. Someone who is probably more brilliantly beautiful than you can imagine. Someone who is everything you were looking for.

This intriguing concept is my shield right now against vicious attacks of loneliness on the Earth – and it’s working.

I hope it helps you too!