When Adam was alone in the Garden, God instituted marriage to be the foreshadowing of His Son’s.
When Noah was alone in righteousness, God called him to build an ark to save humanity.
When Abram was alone in childlessness, God promised him to make him the father of nations.
When Isaac was alone in singleness, God brought him the beautiful bride Rebecca.
When Jacob was alone in helplessness, God wrestled him and broke him down.
When Joseph was alone by injustice, God prepared him to proclaim his sovereignty.
When Moses was alone without a purpose, God raised him to free his people from bondage.
When Joshua was alone (with Caleb) in boldness, God emboldened his heart even stronger.
When David was alone by neglect, God put in his mouth psalms of praise and prophecy.
When Solomon was alone with a burden, God asked him what he wanted and gave him more than he asked.
When Elijah was alone in faithfulness, God tells him there is a remnant of faithful people.
When Daniel was alone in the lion’s den, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah was with him.
When John the Baptist was alone as a voice in the wilderness, God completed his joy as the friend of the Bridegroom.
When Jesus was alone in wilderness, in his family and hometown, among his own people and even his disciples, he was in perfect unity with God.
When Peter was alone in guilt, God ensured him that Jesus knows Peter loves him.
When Stephen was alone under persecution, God revealed to him the Throne of Jesus Christ.
When Paul was alone in blindness, God shined the Light in the darkest places of his heart.
Likewise, when we are alone, God is always with us as he was with all the faithful men and women in the Bible because He is Emmanuel.