1 Kings 19:14 " I, even I, only am left"
Have you ever felt like you’re the “only one” going through a certain problem or challenge in your life? Have you ever looked around and said to yourself, everyone else seems to doing just fine, what’s wrong with me? I’m the only one not married wherever I go. I seem to be the only one living paycheck to paycheck.
Anytime you’re tempted to start a sentence with "I'm the only one", you need to stop. What you’re about to say is not true. Ecclesiastes 1:9 says, "What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again, there is nothing new under the sun".
Remember Elijah, in 1 Kings 19, who allowed discouragement and fear to drive him from totally fulfilling his God given purpose. Even after he had seen fire come down from heaven and consume his sacrifice, and after he singlehandedly killed 850 false prophets with his sword. He still allowed fear to rule him, which resulted in a series of bad decisions.
He declared in 1 Kings 19:14, "I, even I only am left". Well that wasn't even close to being true. In 1 Kings 19:18, the Lord said, “I have 7,000 in Israel who have not bowed to Baal". Elijah wasn't the only one, and neither are you. Others have endured and won, and so will you through Christ. Wipe “I’m the only” from your vocabulary. Reject the "I, only I” syndrome. That's a ploy of the devil to get you to quit. Be encouraged today, you’re NOT the only one! You will fulfill your purpose!