O Lord, you have examined my heart and know everything about me…You chart the path ahead of me and tell me where to stop and rest. Every moment you know where I am.” (Psalms 139: 1, 3, The Living Bible)
God is with us in every moment, watching over us and keeping us safe. But He is more than a distant Deity with an agenda that is mysterious and impersonal. God is the Love that knows us inside and out. This Love sees into our hearts. He knows what He made us to be. God is clear on the Truth of us and this awareness includes a tenderness.
We may think we’d rather hide our thoughts from God, that we are too uncertain, confused, ignorant, or selfish for His scrutiny. But God is not judging our human doubts, fears, missteps. He sees us as His own ideas, and He knows our intentions, when they are good and when they need refreshment. God’s purpose, in being with us and knowing all abut us, is to be sure that we are always advancing, growing to know ourselves, and Life—God Himself—better.
God has us in his sights and He can also see ahead of us. He may bring you to a place of rest. Receive that. He may stir you forward on an unknown path. Follow, step by step.
God knows you uniquely and specifically. He is holding your hand when you need it. He is giving you adventures when they will awaken you. He is providing a spot to catch your breath and waiting with you patiently while you prepare for the next step on the journey, your journey with God, the One Who knows you completely and intimately, eternally loves you.
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