When I couldn’t make change. I decided to sit with the ONE, who created all things. I was tired of life. The same old circle doing the same thing. I did not know how to make change. I looked around me and it was hard. Everyone I knew was doing the same old thing even me, and I cried out to God. I pray this song land on someone’s lap who needs it. I know Jesus can change the hearts of any willing. I believe that! God bless everyone. I love you guys. You want new things. Change the path you’re walking. Your approach is your outcome. Input produces output! May the joy of the LORD be our strength! One of the best things that really helped is when I changed my music. I don’t ever want to go back to that wretched stuff I use to listen to because when I listened to that stuff I was wretched my friends. I attached the word definition for wretched. old wretched woman I was. I thank GOD for COMFORT!! ❤
(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state.
“I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again”
synonyms: miserable, unhappy, sad, heartbroken, grief-stricken, sorrowful, sorry for oneself, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, disconsolate, downcast, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woebegone; informalblue; literarydolorous
“I felt so wretched without you”
unfortunate, unlucky, luckless, ill-starred, blighted, hapless, poor, pitiable, downtrodden, oppressed;
“the wretched dweller in the shantytown”
of poor quality; very bad.
“the wretched conditions of the slums”
synonyms: harsh, hard, grim, stark, difficult; poor, impoverished; pitiful, pathetic, miserable, cheerless, sordid, shabby, seedy, unhealthy, insalubrious, dilapidated; informalscummy
“their living conditions are wretched”
terrible, awful, dire, atrocious, dreadful, bad, poor, lamentable, deplorable;
used to express anger or annoyance.
“she disliked the wretched man intensely”
synonyms: despicable, contemptible, reprehensible, base, vile, loathsome, hateful, detestable, odious, ignoble, shameful, shabby, worthless; informaldirty, rotten, lowdown, lousy
informaldamn, damned, blessed, cursed, flaming, confounded, rotten, blasted, bloody
“I don’t want the wretched money”