“From a distance” or “always near”?

“From a distance, God is watching us … “; “God is always near me … ”

From a distance … always near – both are true. God is so much greater than we are. This is why we say, “From a distance … ” God has sent His Son, Jesus – also known as Emmanuel (God with us). This is why we say, “God is always near me … ”

 

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