Jesus is your cure for loneliness, not Facebook

It’s an all-too-familiar scenario. I feel bored with my life, or my house, or my clothes, and so I check Instagram or Facebook. Perhaps I think I’ll find affirmation or connection in how many likes or reposts I’ve received. Maybe I pop over to Pinterest to get inspired with a DIY project for my home or with my kids. I’ll then see how many Twitter followers I have, and whether my blog stats are booming (or not). The result is that I either feel temporarily elated, or in a state of deeper discontentment than before. The pull of social media is strong, not only because it is always accessible, but also because it seems to promise what we are all craving: a place to belong. … [Read the rest over at iBelieve.com, where it’s featured today]

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  1. This is SO good Heather…love you and so blessed (and built up!) by your wisdom and gifts :)El From: hidden glory To: elliemaecafe@yahoo.com Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 9:00 PM Subject: [New post] Jesus is your cure for loneliness, not Facebook #yiv8623847868 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv8623847868 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv8623847868 a.yiv8623847868primaryactionlink:link, #yiv8623847868 a.yiv8623847868primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv8623847868 a.yiv8623847868primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv8623847868 a.yiv8623847868primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv8623847868 WordPress.com | Heather Nelson posted: “It’s an all-too-familiar scenario. I feel bored with my life, or my house, or my clothes, and so I check Instagram or Facebook. Perhaps I think I’ll find affirmation or connection in how many likes or reposts I’ve received. Maybe I pop over to Pinterest t” | |

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