You see me!

“I am not hidden from you”, these are  amazing words written by King David in Psalm 139:15, it actually says:

“My frame was not hidden from you” (Psalms 139:15 NIV11).

These words resonated in my spirit as clear as a beautiful and powerful waterfall. It reminded me of a waterfall that I visited in the south of Chile, (I was probably the same age as my son Samuel, 11), it was not big but it was so clear that I could see the water falling with power and the mountain behind it.

Sometimes I think we can hide from other people and from God, yet when you hear that He has known you and loved you from conception then it is like a clear waterfall, He can see right through us, we are not hidden from His love and His presence. Let yourself be found!

 

Published by darioleal

Dario is a husband, father, pastor and passionate pursuer of Jesus and His Kingdom. He is a Pastor, loyal friend, and walks the walk when it comes to being a carrier of God's presence. He expects things to happen when he prays for people. He loves having fun and eating olives (preferably at the same time).

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