. . . You understand my thought afar off. (Psalm 139:2)
More than the visible observed activity of our lives is the startling word that He is one who knows our thoughts from a distance. The very word in the Old Testament means that our goals and agendas that we’ve successfully hidden from the probing human gaze are an open book to Him. David reflects on the One who not only knows our visible activities but also knows our hidden thoughts. How many of us can really say that we understand or know the nature of our own thoughts? Yet we are told that He knows our thoughts from afar off.
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