Where is my God?

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He is near the brokenhearted and with the widows and orphans.

He is with the hurting, the sick, the meek, and the pure in heart.

People cry out, and He answers.

People break, and He repairs.

He’s the Father of the fatherless, the Protector of the weak.

His children are many.

His love unending.

He is at the wall being built.

He is protecting the workers.

The young and old, He loves all regardless of past or sin.

He is with me, and I am with Him.

He is with the humble.

He is with the sick.

He is with me in the valley of the shadow of death.

He leads me beside still waters.

He is my Shepherd.

He is with His sheep.

He is everywhere, where people call.

He comes to the widowed, orphaned, sick, lonely, and weak.

He prepares to save us from Egypt.

He is with us in battle.

He is with us in famine.

My God is always near me and never far.

He is preparing a place for me in His house.

There are many mansions, and here, I’m in the palm of His hand.

I am loved and cherished.

Where is my God? is not the question.

Where isn’t my God? is.

God is with His people, near the broken, and sees the hurting.

He is the God of our people.

He is with our people, and God goes before us.

God is in heaven on His throne.

He is always near.

He is with me as a Shepherd, mentor, friend, father, keeper, healer, protector, lover, guide, teacher, but above all these, my Savior!

• Authored by Josh Pugh •

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