God the Father Has His Eye on You

“God the Father has His eye on each of you, and has determined by the work of the Spirit to keep you obedient through the sacrifice of Jesus.” (1 Peter 1:2, The Message)

father_sonHow good is this!? God Himself, our Heavenly Father, has His eye on each one of us. That is an extraordinary thing – especially when you consider just how many of us there are! Yet, each life and every detail is fully known by the Lord — in a caring manner. Simon Peter goes on to say, “He is always thinking about you, and watching everything that concerns you” (1Peter 5:7, Living Bible). Why, even the very hairs of our heads are numbered.

He sees, He knows, and He cares. Isn’t that good enough to make today worth living?

But there is more! Not only does He profoundly care for you, but He is also determined to do something of great benefit to you. And here it is: He will cause the Holy Spirit to work in your life in every way possible so as to keep you true, faithful, and unerring in your journey with Jesus.

Yes, the Holy Spirit of God is directed by God to fill your heart and life in such measure that you may follow Jesus fully and freely, without mixture of self-will, doubt, or fear. He is here not only to comfort you, but also to consecrate you – to mark you as one set apart for God.

God the Father has His eye on you. He is always thinking about you, and watching everything that concerns you! Once this conviction settles upon your heart, you realize that you don’t have to always be thinking about yourself, and watching over everything that concerns yourself. Duh!

And now that you have all that free time on your hands — why not commit yourself to always be thinking about Him, and watching everything that concerns Him? That’s the much better choice, my friend; why not try it for awhile today!

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