God With Us

God is not confined by space and time, but because He is Love He meets us where we are at.

It has ALWAYS been God’s intention to dwell with us. He walked in the garden with Adam and Eve, showed Himself as a pillar of fire and cloud, revealed Himself through the Ten Commandments, dwelled in the temple, spoke through the prophets, sent His angels as messengers, came as a man to teach us and walk with us, sent the Holy Spirit to comfort and guide us, revealed truth through scriptures, is coming back for us and will dwell with us when everything is new.

In all these ways He has shown himself present and real and this does not even touch on how He reveals Himself through history, culture, and nature. The more I learn of Him and know Him, the more in awe I am and the more I crave His never-failing presence.

Even in the midst of times when we think He is silent, all creation is screaming His name. I find those moments are when He is offering us the opportunity to pull in closer and for our yearning to root deeper within us.

He is the I AM. He is God with us. And He will NEVER change.

Published by AllisonGraber

Allison Graber is a Nashville writer and lover of Jesus. She is 14-years married to Lynn, a mix engineer with quiet ways and a loyal spirit. Her two little girls, Ellis and Adeleine, daily coax delight out of her heart. The paradigm through which she sees the world has been built brick-by-brick from her experiences with her Jesus, her love of people, through loss, curiosity, Holy words, and through the surprising joy of motherhood. She writes about these things at allisongraber.com.

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