God Is Always Watching Over Us

When I was first taken to my hospital room last Sunday, I shared with the nurse it all seemed so sudden and freaky. In an attempt to put me at ease, she pointed to the monitor I was connected to and let me know that they could see what the monitor was showing in their nurses station and also in another location in the hospital where they were monitoring all patients on the floor.

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My reaction was two fold. First I wanted to get out of there thinking if it is that bad I don’t want to have it. The second, and saner one, was the it did put me at ease knowing I was being watched over by more than one person.

Psalm 33:18 says:

But the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him, on those whose hope is in his unfailing love

God is always watching over us. There is never a moment that we are not in his sight. There is comfort in knowing that God is always watching over his people.

Dear reader, wherever we go, whatever we are doing, whatever difficulty we are facing, God is watching over us. He has us in his hands.

Does that comfort you?

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

26 thoughts on “God Is Always Watching Over Us

  1. Big brother, I missed the blog informing us you were hospitalized. I am thankful to God that you are well enough to be up and writing. I pray for His divine intervention on your behalf. Have a blessed Sunday and I will catchup with my reading this evening, Lord willing.

  2. God has us covered: from both far and near. I’m so glad He’s a loving God! Psalm 33:18 says it so well. Enjoy your Sunday, Matt. What’s on tap for today after church? Nancy and I are going to rehearsal for Handel’s “Messiah.”

  3. Yes, that is a comfort for me, especially as I continue in physical therapy to regain full use of my left leg, which hurts like the dickens on some days after PT. Along with Joshua 1:9, this is a good scripture for remembering that whereever you go, God is with you, so no reason to fear or be dismayed. So glad you are feeeling better.

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