Where is God?

God, I see in every sunrise.

God, I hear in the songs of the birds.

God, I see in the wasp that is building his nest above my kettle.

God, I hear in the purr of my cat.

God, I see in the sparkle in my son's eyes.

God, I see in my husbands loving face.

God, I see in the rosebush, with it's velvety flowers, in my garden.

God, I taste in the cool water when I am thirsty.

God, I hear in the rain drops falling on my roof.

God, I see in every stitch I sew.

God, I see in the petrol fumes when I have miraculously made it to the gas station.

God, I feel when He lifts me up when I am so depressed that I can hardly breath.

God, I see in the growing seedlings in my garden.

God, I see in every new leaf.

God, I praise when my family arrives home safely.

God, I hear in the laughter of my son.

God, I feel in the warmth of my bath after a tiring day.

God, I smell in every plate of food that norrishes me.

God, I feel in my husband's warm body against me.

God, I feel in the softness of my pillow when I lay down my head at night.

God, I feel in the warmth of my blanket.

God, I see in every miracle that He has done for me.

God, I see in every prayer that He answers.

God, I know puts His angels around us to protect us.

God, I feel in the warmth of the Holy Ghost that spreads through me when I praise His name.

God, I feel in every fiber of my body.

So why is it that there are so many that does not see Him? It's so tragic.

HE IS EVERYWHERE!

If you seek, you shall find!



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heart4theword 6 years ago from hub

I read every line:) Isn't it awesome, how God makes himself so real, to those who seek Him and want to know Him! Great Hub:)


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Anne Scullard 6 years ago from South Africa Author

Thanks. Yes it is awesome and it breaks my heart that there are still so many people that are so blind. If they just knew what they were missing.


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justinskier 6 years ago

Great! Love it and feel the same! There is nothing more important to me than God! Thanks for sharing!


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James A Watkins 6 years ago from Chicago

This is a truly lovely poem that I enjoyed reading. And I agree with every word you expressed. Thank you for this pleasure. :)


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Anne Scullard 6 years ago from South Africa Author

It is my absolute pleasure. First attempt at poetry.


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LeslieAdrienne 6 years ago from Georgia

Thank you so much for sharing this fabulous poem...

God Bless you


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Anne Scullard 4 years ago from South Africa Author

Hi there. Sorry that I'm only replying now, we had no access to internet for a few months. Hopefully it will be better now. thank you for the thank you. :)

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