Somewhere along the road of life, at one time or another, we all feel lonely. In the course of a lifetime, people move, people change, people die. Hand in Hand, Walking with the Psalms Through Loneliness is written for any person who has lived long enough to move away from home, marry or divorce, be transferred in a job, send children to college, experience the death of a loved one, or outlive their peer group. It speaks to those seeking God in the hard places of life. Come relish the great comfort and hope in the reading of the Psalms. They are simple, honest, yet deeply personal and profound. The Psalms speak intimately to our circumstances, penetrating deep into our soul, healing places we often cannot reach on our own. In them, we encounter God’s tender presence and care in our lonely times. In them, we can come to an immovable knowledge that God is with us. We are not aloneno matter how we feel. Appropriating this knowledge changes our perspective not only in loneliness, but also in every other situation. God is not only present but actively engaged in a powerful, pastoral way, bringing the fullness of his blessing into our lives.
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About the Author
Elizabeth Head Black is the wife of an Episcopal priest with whom she shares a life of ministry. Well acquainted with her topic, Ms. Black is the product of a family that moved frequently throughout her childhood. As a minister’s wife, her adult life has been equally characterized with transition and change. She now lives with her family in South Texas, here she writes and teaches bible study, sharing her enthusiasm for God’s word.