By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

When you treat God’s invisible presence like a visible absence you do Him and yourself a great disservice.
Christ’s presence, in every arena of your life at every moment of your life, is your biggest and most beautiful reality and when you live within the confines of it you experience a divine peace and protection that not a visible thing on earth can come near to.
God's eyes are open to your whereabouts and “thinkabouts” 24/7.
He is not absent.
He is not half-hearted.
He is not blind.
He is not dead.
Don’t treat Him, in your lifestyle and activity, as a non-existent force unacquainted with your ways and unmindful of your thoughts.
You hurt yourself and rob yourself of a rich and deep intimacy that He desires with you whenever you choose to associate Him with the “absent factor.”
God wants you, desires you, loves you and … seeks to reveal Himself to you.
Live in the light of the knowledge, dear one, that God is present with you always.
His purposes for you are pure, upright, and pleasing and His protection and desire over you is a constant and living reality every moment of every day.
Your deepest hurts, longings, desires and dreams are known by Him, understood by Him, and part of His greater plan to bring you closer to Him.
Stay near to the Invisible One …
His eye is on you.
He will make things clear.

“Can anyone hide himself in secret places, so I shall not see him?” says the Lord;
“Do not I fill heaven and earth?” says the Lord.
Jeremiah 23:24