Worship seems so lonely now.

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Worship seems so lonely now.

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With this isolation it's hard to feel a connection when your fellow worshipers aren't there with you. The friendly faces aren't there anymore and you're stuck feeling lonely. You can watch a video or listen to the broadcast in your car outside the church but it's lost its familiarity. We miss the people around us and are losing that comfort of others in worship and in song. We may even feel disconnected to our spirituality because of it. But it's something we just have to deal with to keep others safe. Even the Psalmist felt lonely. He described himself as a lonely bird sitting atop the roof of house and waiting for the Lord (Psalm 102:7). Perhaps we all just have to wait.

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Photograph. I took it during service.

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This item was submitted on August 11, 2020 by Lily Knapp using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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