God is Ever-Present

written by Terri Sherrow
4 · 12 · 21

Do you ever feel alone and abandoned? These are the times when we struggle on our own, forgetting that there is Someone with us, ready to care, guide, and strengthen us. God assures us we are never without Him as He is everywhere at once and is ever-present. Because His Spirit fills the heavens and the earth, He has the capability to always be with us. We can call on Him with confidence that He hears our prayers and that His Spirit intercedes for us even when we don’t know how or what to pray. This attitude about God can give us the peace and comfort knowing that we are never alone and through His Spirit stand firm in our faith.


Psalm 139:7-10: “ Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there; if I make my bed in the depths, you are there. If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me fast.” 


How will we know God is with us?

The comfort, peace, and strength we feel when we call on Him is from His presence.

Will God’s presence ever leave us?

God’s Spirit is always with us. Matthew 28:20: “ … and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.

Is God ever too busy for us?

God promises in Hebrews 13:5, “… Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.”


Give thanks to God that He is always with us.

Heavenly Father,
Thank you for being a loving Father that never leaves me. I give you all the praise for the peace and comfort that your ever-present Spirit brings. I pray all I do and say reflects your presence.
In your Holy name I pray,

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Terri Sherrow

Terri Sherrow serves as the Prayer Ministry Coordinator. She is our monthly blog writer who develops user-friendly devotions for grandparents and grandchildren. She leads a Grandparents @ Prayer (G@P) Group in her home church, Clear Creek Baptist Church, where she also serves as Prayer Ministry Director, teaches and writes Sunday school lessons.


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  1. Theresa Coleman

    This message is so right on in my life NOW!!! Just got (you’ve got cancer) I know and I’m confident I am not alone for sure NOW.

    • Debbie

      Theresa… I will keep you and yours in my prayers! May you find comfort in knowing that you are not alone, and I pray that the holy spirit fills you with live, confidence and strength as you navigate your recent diagnosis. May God bless you!

    • Debra

      I am so sorry to hear your news Theresa,but so pleased that God provided The assurance of His presence at the perfect time.

      I pray that you are able to choose to trust through this season of your life.

      Debra Stevens.


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