God the Father Is Involved with His Children

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God is a good Father and continually takes care of his own.

We must exercise faith daily in the reality and the love of our good Father in heaven. Choose right now to trust that He loves you and He knows you. Make a choice to believe what the Bible says about Him. Do not ignore His love for you. The Bible realizes that believers sometimes have a hard time believing that God actually cares continually for them. But the important thing to realize is whether you believe it or not, He is a good Father, and a good Father continually takes care of his own.

The Psalmist said, "I said in my alarm, I am cut off from before your eyes. Nevertheless, you heard the voice of my supplications when I cried to you" (Psalm 31:22). 

A good Father not only pays attention to his children, but particular attention is paid when the child is afraid or alarmed. The attention does not diminish; it becomes greater. However we may feel about the Father's gaze, it is always there and it is always kindly. Our challenge by faith is to believe that. That attention is real always, but it becomes real to us through faith.

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