The God Who Sees ME


She gave this name to the LORD who spoke to her: “You are the God who sees me,” for she said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.” Genesis 16:13

There is no other god that chases after us then God Almighty. He is the one who sees us when we feel happy, lonely, or angry. He is the God that is watching over all.

When Hagar had run away into the desert feeling disappointed upset and hurt it was God who surrounded her with His grace and mercy. Our God will never leave us to fend for ourselves in times of darkness.

It was Hagar who said, “You are the God who sees me” for she said, I have now seen the One who sees me.

The same God who saw Hagar sees you and me. This beautiful story reminds us that God is always close, that He sees us when we feel that no one else does, and that He cares.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. joansanusi says:

    How wonderful to know God sees me. My brokenness, my weakness, the pain and hurts I cannot put to words. He sees them all. Binds them, heals, soothe, and restore. Thank you Lord for answering even the unuttered prayers. God sees me through and through. He knows me! Love you Lord.

  2. desirayl says:

    Amen Sister Joan, He does see us. I love how he hears the prayers that I do not mention.

  3. joansanusi says:

    Thanks be to God.

  4. hope says:

    Amen! I love this story in the Bible, it reminds me just how great and awesome God is.

  5. desirayl says:

    He is so awesome. That is why we must remember that no matter what. Rather we are in fruitful seasons or wilderness seasons.

    He is the God who sees us.

  6. hope says:

    Indeed!! 💗 Blessings to you dear.

  7. desirayl says:


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