Do You Believe God Really Sees You?

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He sees you, in fact he never takes his eyes off you. He watches – and even prays for you.

 

Give your heart the freedom to believe this today. Take a deep breath and consider what it means to have the author and creator of all you see take note of you. Believing this fact will change how you feel about yourself and how you live.

He sees your thoughts and your dreams.

He sees your good days and the not so good.

He sees your pain and your celebrations.

He sees your past.

He sees your future.

 

And the One, who sees you, loves you still.

 

In a world that constantly evaluates our performance and grades us accordingly – it can be difficult to believe God really loves us – scars, bruises, deficits and all. But he does. His love covers our shame and also lifts us from it.

The scripture says he loved us with a complete love – even before we knew him. Can you imagine?

His visible and tangible presence all around us opens our eyes to see him back.

There’s comfort in knowing he sees, but there’s power in seeing he knows.

 

He loves us in order to commune with us.

 

Picture the most powerful person in the world today. Odds are, you can’t imagine having an audience with that person – much less an intimate two way conversation.

The truth is, the God of the universe knows the exact number of hairs on that powerful person’s head and waits to listen to both of you.

Can you imagine.

We are wired for relationship by the one who fashioned us after himself.

He enjoys interactive conversations. He listens and doesn’t leave us for a better ear.

 

Yes, God sees you. He loves you. And He waits to be with you.

 

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21 replies on “Do You Believe God Really Sees You?”

    1. I know it does, Linda. The savory fruit that flows from your life reflects it. Thank you for being such an encouragement to me.

      Weekend JOYS to you too!

  1. Thank you for the beautiful encouragement! I’ll share on my FB wall. :o) God bless you!

    1. No kidding Louis. It’s all about faith, isn’t it – remember and believe. Appreciate you!

  2. “His visible and tangible presence all around us opens our eyes to see him back”. Wow, yes it does! Powerful words and great photo.

    1. I love the photo too, I think it really captured the sentiment I wanted to convey. Appreciate your comment very much – thanks Kelly.

  3. This is so very good. Our Triune God: the Father loves the Son and the Son the Spirit; the Spirit the Son and the Son the Father – God of relationship. And we are made in His image! And we are drawn into the life of the Trinity. I cannot grasp it all.

    1. It is completely mind boggling and probably the reason we are encouraged to remain as a child. To truly understand the triune nature of God is beyond our natural reasoning. And claiming relationship with such majesty would seem to be foolishness outside of faith.

      Thank you for adding to this space with your comments Peter. You always inspire me.

    1. Isn’t the journey of faith the most beautiful picture of unfolding truth – a lifelong experience, never old, always new. I’m thankful too, Jolene. Blessing to you today!

    1. I know you do Jason, your life demonstrates that reliance. I’m deeply touched you took time to comment here. Blessings!

  4. The words, “His love covers our shame and lifts us from it”. Oh my – is there anything more powerful and comforting than that! So many wonderful thoughts wrapped into this short post. I loved it!!

    1. Those particular words melt my heart too, Val. Having the assurance of covered shame and redemption is our salvation, isn’t it! Thank you for commenting, it means a lot to me.

  5. He is truly the only One I can ever truly rely upon. My husband and friends are very reliable, also, but our world breaks through sometimes, and bodies and minds struggle. However, HE keeps us in focus and looks forward to us being with Him in heaven when our God-job ends here in this world we’ll be with Him forever and ever. Thanks for sharing.

    1. I love your choice of words, Joanne. Hearing our Heavenly Father looks forward to being with us in heaven when our job is done melts my heart. Thank you so much for adding your voice to this space today – it encouraged my soul!

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