Do you ever feel as if God is watching over you? If this is the case, take comfort knowing that He knows everything about you–both good and bad.
He never sleeps; he never takes off duty; always there to protect and provide for his loved ones, never failing in loving them more deeply than before and staying vigilant night after night.
What does it mean?
Misconstruing this concept is easy; some may interpret it to mean God is watching over their every move or monitoring every action they take. Yet this thought reminds us of His loving care for us, reminding us He wants to know about how we’re faring and wants us to succeed.
As we read Scripture, we are reminded that God is an attentive Father who cares deeply for his children. His love means He always keeps an eye out for them – not because He keeps tabs on their sins or failures but rather because He notices when we’re sad or struggling and celebrates when success comes along!
God also serves as our protector, watching over what we own and who we are – protecting what is most valuable and protecting against deceits or lies about ourselves (Psalm 25:3). If we trust in Him as our defender, he won’t put us to shame (Psalm 25:3) because He alone knows the truth about ourselves and can defend against lies about ourselves.
God watches over us as our protector in various other ways too. He’s present through friends who check up on us or provide support during tough times; He reminds us through nature that we’re worth cherishing like He cares for birds of the air and animals in the field.
Sometimes we must be on guard against our enemy. Scripture warns us of deceivers who seek to undermine our faith and drive us further into sin; thus emphasizing the importance of keeping an eye out and remaining alert. Ezekiel was given orders from God to remain watchful over Israel and warn them about any sin they were engaging in, otherwise his guilt would share in their suffering (Ezekiel 33:1-6).
As we observe our environment for spiritual threats and monitor our own cardiovascular condition, we can feel secure that God is with us and will care for us; He won’t abandon us and is the only One capable of protecting our souls from hell.
How does it feel?
God watching over you might seem strange at first, even creepy; but that shouldn’t be how it makes you feel; rather it should comforting as He cares for and wants to protect us all. His care ensures you will be safe from harm while aiding through difficult situations.
Also, He will help you become the person He intended you to be. He understands your strengths and weaknesses, struggles, temptations and dreams for the future – He knows everything.
God knows your heart – from its secrets, pains and scars to soul plans made. He sees everything you do and declares to each church “I know your works” (Revelation 2:2, 9, 13, 19).
If you want a peaceful life, you need to let Jesus into it and let Him take control. He can show you how to lead an ideal lifestyle without succumbing to sin; to ensure a long lifespan you must give yourself over to His care and embrace His promises as your own.
God promises to deliver us from the evil in this world and shield us against its powers of darkness. His strength will enable you to overcome every difficulty that comes your way – so make sure you trust in Him when facing attacks from enemy.
He will watch over you and comfort you through each teardrop and joyfully celebrate His salvation with you. He cares for you just as He cares for the birds of the air and lilies of the field; He watches over your family and friends; He hears your prayers; He’ll never stop caring about you!
How does it change my life?
God cares deeply about you and wants you to live in accordance with His will for your life. He is always watching to see if you’re taking steps according to His plans or veering off track – He will offer warning of poor choices but it is up to you whether you listen and respond accordingly.
God knows best, so He’ll intervene if your path strays off track – this is good news because finding true joy lies only within His will for your life and not outside it!
Instead, your focus should be on God and finding true happiness through following his will for your life. He’ll lead the way and guide your steps as you pursue what He intends for your future.
In our increasingly chaotic world, it may be hard to trust in God as the ultimate Father figure, yet He knows every aspect of your life from before birth and has made plans for your success and protection from all that may threaten. Yet He stands ready to provide.
God wants to transform you into the image of His Son through changing how you think; hence the Bible contains many passages on joy.
Feeling stuck or dissatisfied in life? That could be an indicator that God is calling you somewhere different than where you’re heading – which means He needs you more than ever! Take His hand today and allow Him to lead. He’ll change how you think so that wise decisions can be made under His grace; He may even change the people around you to keep you on track – He cares more about your happiness than you realize! So today, remember He is always watching, waiting to hear from you through His Word or Spirit’s influence – He wants nothing other than for us all to let Him into our lives – let Him speak through His Word and the Holy Spirit within! He wants us all! So let Him speak through His Word or Spirit’s inspiration into your life!
How do I know?
At times it can feel as if God is far away, yet His presence can bring great comfort. He’s always there though, acting like a loving father would and giving up His only Son so we would live safely on earth. And He watches over us to ensure we don’t do things that could be harmful to ourselves or others.
Jesus can speak to us through wise counsel from teachers and godly friends; through dreams or visions; His Holy Spirit provides direction; unexpected opportunities may arise or persist without warning, along with unexpected (yet disappointing) obstructions on our paths; He may also answer prayer directly; oftentimes this happens among leaders of His church or people with strong spiritual maturity. If something occurs after you ask Him something specific then that’s an indicator He was answering it audibly – most often speaking through other spiritually mature members or church leaders who hear Him verbally speaking back to them or another way!