“Guard me as the apple of Your eye: Hide me in the shadow of Your wing.” (Psalm 17:8 HCSB)
Psalm 17 is a psalm that talks repeatedly of God hearing me, paying attention to me, listening to me, SEEING me. He also answers me, hears what I say, guards and hides me, fills and satisfies me. When I think of God being my “all in all” this psalm echoes that.
I think that the above verse though, was a concept that truly captured my heart as a young Christian. Feeling a bit disenfranchised by my own family, it was thrilling to know that God delighted in me and looked at me as unique and special, within the mass of humanity He loves, and died for. I don’t get it. I’m not unique or special compared to anyone else, yet in His eyes, I am. I’m His favorite! But then…
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