There are a lot of people on our planet.
Earth teems with her billions, nearly eight of them in 2020.
It’s easy to get lost in the crowd.
Amazon’s publishing arm, Kindle Paperbacks and Kindle E-Books, releases 100,000 new and never before published titles each month.
New authors are like minnows in a sea heaving with a vast moray of bigger fish.
How can God keep track of us?
Try finding your car in a mall parking lot. Or attend a sports venue with 50,000 other fans. Your much-loved mode of transportation becomes lost in a field of glittering glass and rainbow paint.
There are more stars in the Universe than we can write without using cryptic mathematical terms. 2 x 1023 stars. It blows the thinking process.
Yet, and here’s the majesty of our God: We are noticed by the great Creator of the cosmos.
Psalm 9:12 tells us:
“For he who avenges blood is mindful of them; he does not forget the cry of the afflicted.”
Life can beat us down, and God sees our pain.
Our finances can crumble, and God knows our exhaustion.
People can turn on us, and still … still … God steps to us and says, “I hear your prayer of need.”
God notices you.
Let’s repeat that. God notices you. You are special in his eyes, and he loves you completely.
Never give up on God, because he never gives up on you.
Copyright © 2020 MyChurchNotes.net