My Best Friend God

My Best Friend God

I’ve always had a strong belief and a love of God and believed that the Lord is my protector and best friend because God protects his people. I was raised to believe that a higher power watches over us and that we should be kind to one another at all times. If you wonder if God protects us from danger? You will get your answer after reading my post!

God, My ‘Best’ Friend

I remember the first time I felt the presence of God and experienced God’s love. It was during my childhood when I was 6-7 years old. I had developed a strong belief that God was my friend, just like other friends or siblings, by listening to spiritual stories. And this ‘friend’ could do anything for me. So, whenever I was in a mess or needed a favor, I’d pray to God and bribe him with small sums of money. So, is God our friend?

“If mummy won’t scold me for breaking the plate, I’ll give you two cents. If I pass the exam, I’ll give you three cents.” That was my budget, and I bribed accordingly. My family was first astonished to find coins in our deity’s picture. But then they learned about my ‘arrangement’ with God, and they laughed, never stopping me from doing this or preaching to me that God doesn’t need money or bribing. They left the business between God and me.

Then, I grew up, completed my studies, and wanted to move to some big city for a job. This time, I took a religious path and staunch

God, My Protector

Does God protect us from danger? I came across my best friend God, and understood that the Lord is my protector when my parents passed away one after another. The world opened its loving arms for me, and people reached across to console me because God wanted to protect me; God protects his people. A cousin-brother of mine, whom I hadn’t come across in many years, took my phone number from my sister-in-all and started calling me every weekend.

He was very spiritual, and without asking anything about my well-being, he would start talking about God and how many ways He can be found.

I have also been in meditation and yoga, so we’d talk about meditation, not a word about anything else. He kept calling me every Sunday for one full year. Fifty-two weeks of spiritual talks had a calming effect on me; more than anything else, those talks helped me recover from my loss.

Not only this, but I found that birds and animals flocked around me like protectors, and I understood who my protector was. Suddenly, many pigeons started sleeping outside my bedroom, on the grill, as if protecting me in my sleep as my protector. Sparrows started coming and frolicking on my flat’s balcony. Then, one day, when I was walking on the road, I felt some wetness on my right hand, deep in my thoughts, which assured me God protects his people. I looked down and saw a dog licking its chops and grinning as if it was playing with me and trying to make me happy!

god kindness

Earlier in my life, I was never a religious person. I went to temples and participated in religious ceremonies but never felt like I was there for the right reasons. It always felt like I was going because all my family members enjoyed those gatherings and not because they made me feel good or helped me in any way.

God Is Kindness

I had always been kind, but I became even more kind after my parents died. So now, whenever someone is having a tough day or needs help. I’m the first to offer assistance and show them kindness. It’s as though God has given me this new sense of purpose in life – to show people kindness and love no matter what happens to them, for God is with you. If nothing else, I compliment people on any good thing about them. And it lights up their faces! That is God smiling back at me.

The experience of God is a feeling that one gets when they are in the presence of kindness. It is a feeling that most people have had at some point in their lives. And somehow you get to feel God in your life.

It has been said that if you have never felt God, then you are not human. This is because God and spirituality go hand in hand. This makes sense because it is impossible to be alive and not experience the kindness of others at least once in your lifetime.

My experience of God is not like what most people think. I know there is a god, but it isn’t the kind of God that punishes us for our sins and gives us good things when we are good. Instead, God is love, and love is God.

I believe that God is an energy and experience. The feeling of God can come through in many ways – with kindness, through nature, through music, or by being in awe of something beautiful or powerful because God is everything, and the lord is my protector. This feeling gives me pleasure. God is full of love for us all.

God, In Everything

I have had a lot of experiences with God. I had seen him in the most unlikely of places, heard him in the most unlikely of moments, and felt his presence when I needed it the most. It showed me that God loves us as we are.

God had given me peace when I felt lost, hope when I was hopeless, and love when I felt unloved. He had given me strength when my own body failed me. He offered me joy when all seemed hopeless. He has shown himself to be kinder than anyone else could ever be to me- even if he is not always what we expect him to be. God loves all of us. But is god our friend? Yes, God is everything.

Many people have had experiences with God, and they have different experiences. My experience with God was positive. I felt the feeling of kindness from Him. His love for me is unconditional, making me feel so loved. Life, love, and God are all interconnected.

God, My Mentor

God has been helping me through tough times in life. He has helped me be a better person day by day. He loves me unconditionally, no matter what happens in life. I am grateful for the opportunity to learn about Him and know that.

My experience with God changed my life as I understood what it means to have faith. I realized that I could have a relationship with Him, even though He may or may not be there. Earlier I used to ask, Who is God, and What is God? It is something that needs to be felt to understand.

I used the term “experience” because this is how we should think of our spiritual experiences as they happen naturally and without effort. For example, my relationship with God began with the feeling that I needed to know Him more deeply because He was so important to me.

God’s love for us encompasses everything. It was not until I experienced God differently that I realized the importance of my faith. This experience changed my life, and it continues to change me.

I experienced God through meditation, as well as through prayer. The meditation process allowed me to see the world in a new light and understand it. Meditation has helped me become more aware of what is happening around me. And has helped me make sense of life’s problems better than ever before.

What is going on around me more deeply than ever before?

I had a spiritual awakening, defined as an experience of God or the divine. It cannot be explained in words and can only be felt. My experience with my best friend, God, was an awakening that changed my life in a way. I could never have imagined.

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God and Lonely People

God and Lonely People

God and Lonely People

“He was hated by everyone, rejected by them, a guy of agony and suffering. He was disliked, and we had poor regard for him, like someone who others conceal their faces from.”

Isaiah 53:3 (NIV)

God had something to say to you if you felt lonely this morning: “I know precisely how you feel.” God is with you as you go through this trying time.

You’re mistaken if you believe that Jesus doesn’t comprehend loneliness.

The people he made rejected and despised Jesus. His entire life, he struggled with loneliness.

Maybe you don’t feel lonely right now. You might be shock by who the lonely individuals are in your neighborhood, though. Whether you are attractive, wealthy, successful, or famous, loneliness doesn’t care. Even those who are married occasionally experience loneliness; some unions are never truly intimate, close, or social. Everyone is vulnerable to loneliness, as the epidemic has demonstrated. Every one of us eventually goes through it.

Maybe God put you in loneliness for some purpose. Perhaps you can find God and yourself in any critical stage of loneliness.

Being alone can lead us more deeply to seek God.

We frequently neglect God because we are so busy. God can communicate with us and receive our full attention when we are by ourselves. In the gospels, it is mention nine times that Jesus went to a solitary location to be with the father. Jesus searched out seclusion to discover the father’s will for his life.

We will rewarded for seeking God out in solitude. He will endow us with the sharper discernment we need right now. Without making time aside to spend alone with God, this kind of direction and understanding cannot attained.

God can use loneliness to hone our character.

God makes our flaws evident in loneliness and attempts to correct them. Our weaknesses, insecurities, and defense mechanisms are expose when we are alone, which God can utilize to fortify our character. As we wait in isolation, God will try to hone our patience.

When Paul declared, “When I am weak, then I am strong,” he understood the power of weaknesses turning into strengths. Being faithful on our own provides us the assurance that we can be reliable in a group. Our dedication is tested when we are by ourselves and our genuine selves are revealed.

As the Beatles song Eleanor Rigby suggests, some lonely people prefer their own company, and I am one of those people.

Wait! Is loneliness a punishment from God? No, I have a habit of observing faces around me, and when I look at all the lonely people around me and notice they are living dual lives. One is social, where they go to their workplaces, pay their bills, attend dinners and funerals and work for a better and happier life. But their other life is entirely different, where they are very alone, dejected, and sad. Everyone is worry about something, struggling for something, and that something is not achievable.

Society is entangled in a strangely woven string of worries, selfishness, and various problems. Everyone is dealing with a problem of their own, but one thing is similar in most faces; they do not have peace in their hearts.

God utilized it to train my brain.

I could ponder a lot because of how much time I spent with the Lord, and realized that social, active people only sometimes have time for this. I also had the chance to reflect on God’s Word amid periods of severe spiritual disappointment and while working at a job that others would have deemed uninteresting and boring.

God employed it to stifle idle chatter.

I tend to speak endlessly when I’m among individuals I trust. I’ve had time to reflect on my mistakes in the past and learned to change some destructive behaviors because of the quiet times I spend with the Lord.

So, let’s talk about my experience with loneliness. I was no exception, having restlessness facing the same questions and problems and wanting a solution. To be more exact, I wanted to be content. I knew that this social fabric of society could not keep a man happy, and something was waiting to revealed. Something is waiting to be look for. And thus, at one stage of my life, I started studying religion to understand the concept of God.

My knowledge of God and people was limited to believing that God created this universe and loved sending bad people to hell. My first impression and feeling about God were not of a friend but of someone bigger than me. To me, God was the creator of this whole universe, and after creating the universe. He had settled far away in the heavens. My loneliness and sadness became more acute, but I kept reading various religious scriptures.

Is loneliness a punishment from God? Some attributes of God are commonly repeat in the scriptures: omnipresent, omniscient, and almighty.

God is omniscient; if so, He must know what I think and feel.

The omniscient God and people cannot be far away. After this revelation, I started feeling God very close to my heart. When someone looks for God, each realization opens a new passage to God and constructs a new relationship with God.

Designed for Relationships

The reasons why loneliness has such a significant impact on our physical and mental health are covere in great detail in the Bible. Since God is a triune being, he is constantly interacting with man. Human personality is designe to reflect the interconnection of the Holy Trinity, so when we separate ourselves from others and become more individualistic, we act against the grain of who we are.

Jesus is our role model for what it means to be in a human connection—dealing with Loneliness: Christian Counseling and Community. He developed from his birth into a traditional nuclear family to start His mission by inviting others to become His disciples.

After each realization, we keep going closer and closer to Him. I kept thinking about God excessively and realized that God and all lonely people are friends. For me, a peaceful and less lonely life can attained through friendship with God.


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