I’ll walk around and finally say, “Ah, there is EJ, I couldn’t see you!” EJ thinks in his three year old brain that because he can’t see me, I can’t see him. Well, I have done the same thing before with God. I have thought, I will look to the left, I will look to the right, no one is looking, I can’t see God, so hey, I can do this and no one will know about it. I can talk to my spouse this way behind closed doors and no one can see.
I can take company supplies and no one will really know. I can walk into this establishment and no one really sees me doing that. The Bible, though, says, the omnipresence of God, the all-present God is watching. He is looking, He is waiting for us to act. And He does it because we matter to Him. He does it because He loves you. He loves me. And He loves us so much, He couldn’t stand or entertain the thought of living in a removed sense. He had to be involved in our lives. That is why the Bible tells us in Psalm 139:7-8, “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.”
God does not hover over us like a police chopper, trying to see when we blow it. He doesn’t do that. He does it because of His love. The closer I get to God the more I thank Him for His omnipresence. Because God’s omnipresence, His eyewitness-like mentality in our lives forces us into accountability. Think about it. There is no way I can get away from Him, so I am accountable.© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: C3 Global PR