I trust in God wherever I may be,Upon the land or on the rolling sea;For come what may, from day to day,My heav’nly Father watches over me. Refrain:I trust in God, I know he cares for me,On mountain bleak or on the stormy sea;Though billows roll, he keeps my soul,My heav’nly Father watches over me. He makes the rose an object of his care,He guides the eagle through the pathless air;And surely he remembers me,My heav’nly Father watches over me. Refrain I trust in God, for, in the lion’s den,On battlefield, or in the prison pen;Through praise or blame, through…

Will we see God the Father in heaven? The Bible teaches we will be like Jesus after the resurrection, so if we cannot see God the Father then does that mean Jesus can’t see him either? The answer to your question is less about us and more about the nature of God. The reason we cannot “see” God the Father has to do with His nature: “God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.” (John 4:24) God the Father is spirit. That means he does not have a physical body. He is invisible. He…

In 2 Corinthians 6:16-18 we read some of the most intimate, caring, and loving aspects of our relationship with God our Father. Here, our Father calls us out of darkness to come into His light; He calls us out of uncleanness to come into His purity; He calls us out of the yoke of bondage to come into His rest; He calls us out of lawlessness to come into His righteousness; He calls us out of idolatry to come into His presence; He calls us out of Satan’s domain to come into union with His Son. When we respond to…