Verse of the Day – Psalm 25:16-17

Psalm 25:16-17

Psalm 25:16-17

There are times when, just like this evening, that I feel alone in a house that is full, these are nights when all I can do is to say this prayer.

NO GOOD TO BE ALONE by BRANDON HEATH
We’re leaving you a message on your telephone
Everybody’s wondering what you’re doing home
Yeah, we’re starting and you’re missing the party

Can you hear it playing your favorite song?
Everybody’s singing but something’s wrong
‘Cause you’re missing
Hey, hey, are you listening?

It’s no good to be alone
It’s no good to be out there on your own
It’s no good for you anymore than it is for me
It’s no good, no good for you to be alone
Alone, alone, alone, alone, no good to be alone

It’s been a little while, you’ve been outta the scene
Spending all your time chasing down a dream
Takes a lifetime
It’s a short life

You know it doesn’t matter how high you climb
If no one’s there to share the ride
When you get there who’s gonna be there?

It’s no good to be alone
It’s no good to be out there on your own
It’s no good for you anymore than it is for me
It’s no good, no good for you to be alone
Alone, alone, alone, alone, no good to be alone

Nobody’s suppose to be an island
Stuck out in the middle of the ocean on your own
I’m not giving up until I find you
Give me an S.O.S., I’ll bring you home
It’s no good for you to be alone

Don’t you know?
It’s no good to be alone
It’s no good to be out there on your own
It’s no good for you anymore than it is for me
It’s no good, no good for you to be alone
Alone, alone, alone, alone, no good to be alone
Alone, alone, alone, alone, no good to be alone

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