Everywhere there's always a person
who is almost always alone.
It's especially sad when it's at church,
though usually not TOO bad when
Could be a man, but more
likely, a lady.
She may even have been there for years,
but because of cliques, she's an outsider,
and that causes her heartbreaking tears.
Maybe she's shy, or a
maybe single all of her life,
but to be excluded is hurtful,
and you know that God condemns strife.
Invite her to a party or luncheon,
but don't leave her alone
on the wall.
What if Jesus came there by Himself?
Would He feel welcome at all?
Don't YOU want to be treated kindly,
rather than ignored, and almost
to follow the Bible,
and what we call the "Golden Rule".
You may find you have things in common
when you reach to her with compassionate
bless you as you work to serve others.
Remember ALL blessings come from above.
One day, you may be where she is –
feeling unloved, in the
PLEASE, if you're in the "in" crowd,
include this lonely soul.
~ by Netagene Kirkpatrick, February 3, 2014, written especially for and at the request of a good friend, a widowed Christian
whose husband was a preacher. Even though she’s lived in her present home for several years