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A God Who Sees Me

Develop in me an eternal perspective.
I know you see me.  Let me see you.

Like Hagar, my sorrow is not hidden
from you. I feel abandoned. You are in the desert of my loneliness.

Like drops of water, like manna, you feed my soul with
your presence. You satisfy me.

Jesus was not a victim of sin.
I am not a victim of infliction!

Helping others—my balm.
Opening my heart to infinite possibilities keeps me

Pressing through the gaps in my filmy understanding.
Pain is but a speck on my timeline, and I
Expect good things from a God who sees me.

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