God Sees You

Matthew 10: 29-31

Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows.”

Have you ever felt invisible to God?

Sometimes, it may seem like He is blessing everyone but you. You may feel like your constantly in the midst of trials with no where to turn.

Maybe you feel lost. You may have an idea of the next step He has for you, but you have no idea how to take that next step and you may be waiting for Him to guide you.

No matter what lies that Satan throws at us, we can’t fall for his trap. We can’t let him have the victory.

Satan wants us to believe that God doesn’t love us. Satan wants us to feel invisible to God, even when we aren’t.

Satan would love it, if we chose to give up. That’s exactly why we can’t choose that option.

God sent His Son to die for us. Not so that we would give up. Not so that we would halfheartedly choose Him and then fall for Satan’s trap.

God chose me. He chose you. To live a life pleasing to Him. No matter how invisible we may feel. It’s not true. We can cast that doubt aside and run to the One who made us.

If God looks after the sparrow, a tiny bird, why not believe in how much God loves you?

Any negative thoughts that pass through our minds doesn’t come from a God that loves us. The negative thoughts come from a devil that can’t wait to see our demise.

God knows how many hairs are on each of our heads. He knows every little thing there is to know about us.

He just asks us to trust Him. He knows what He is doing. When we feel invisible and like everyone around us is being blessed, why not run to Him asking Him for strength that’s needed to keep going and to keep trusting.

He is always right by our side, ready and willing to help guide us.

God sees you.  Even when it doesn’t feel like it. Even when you feel like you hit rock bottom and no one else cares. God does.

He sees you.

Run to Him.


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