By Arzoo Nelson
“The Cry of a Lonely Soul
Can you hear it?
Can you understand it?
Or do you love it?”
A great playwright once said, “Never introduce a God until the situation becomes utterly helpless in you to play.”
The battle between the flesh and soul continues till the last breath of our life.
Why would God leave him with this weakness? Why would a God who said you can have mustard seed faith and move something as big as a mountain?
So why would God leave something as small as a thorn and it bids a better question? Why would God allow season after season to sing about Goliath to sing about mountains to pray, ask about them? Yet, the battle between the flesh and soul continues and he said I asked three times.
Three separate campaigns were waged between heaven and him to see if God would take this pain and loneliness away. This is something that I wanted and I thought God would do want for me the same. Nobody knows if it was a physical, or mental battle, or depression.
He probably couldn’t handle that deep down softly his soul said you’re a hypocrite because we cut people off if they don’t live up to certain standards they have built for themselves or others.
The soul fights with the flesh and warns don’t get too close to him, you might get stuck as he got thorns attached to himself because you’re not going to believe it when you see it.
But all have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of God. Now a word came to me secretly; my ears caught a whisper of it and remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.