Hello God

Hello God,

I just wanted to take a minute and write to you. Not for me, but for you. I don’t need anything today and I am thankful for everything you have done for me. I just wanted to write you to ask how you are.

So God, how are you? I know I would not want to be you. I can’t imagine what you have to go through on a daily basis. Everyone doubting if you really exist. People worshiping you one day then condemning you the next. Everyone destroying this world you made for us to live on. I know I have caused you a lot of headaches. For that I am truly sorry.

How is Heaven God? What a joy it must be to spend your days with all those wonderful people.  I know I can’t imagine what it is like to have all those people that believe in you. Most days I can count the people I think believe in me on one hand.

This is harder than I thought it would be. I want you to know that I truly want to know how you are but I keep going back to me. Of course that probably goes back to the introvert in me. I am not good asking questions about other people. It’s not that I don’t care but you know that. Hey God, you can’t complain, you made me this way.

Do you get tired? Do you hurt when you see the evil in this world? Do you get so frustrated with us that you just want to end it all sometimes? I look around at what is around me and what I see on the news and I know if I were you..  I would be like poof, end of the world. Who could blame you? But I know that’s not who you are and I know that you want as many of us to believe in you that you can so you are giving us time to do that. Plus, I know there is a lot of good in this world also. We just don’t see it because it doesn’t sell. What if it did sell though? Hmm, there is an idea God. Help me to figure out a way to sell the good news of this world.  The every day heroes that don’t look for recognition. The ones that help the least of us. We can fill of 30 minutes of news easily. Maybe if more people started seeing good on the news, more people would start doing good.

God, who would you want to eat dinner with? Is there that one person in this world that you look at and think this person gets it? Knowing you the way I do you would probably pick the person who is a complete mess. Good luck finding just one of us. We, including myself, are pretty messed up if you ask me.

Do you have a favorite hymn or song? Are you happy that you made us? Do you think it was worth sacrificing your son Jesus for us? Do you go to your room and just cry for us sometimes? Do you like jokes? Have you ever made something then went oops? Like the platypus or naked mole rat or ?

How do you do it all? Would you do things over again if you could? Wait a minute, you could. Don’t answer that. Do you have a favorite place here on earth that you like to visit? How often do you visit? Do you think anyone ever recognizes you? I know there have been times in my life that I thought that was you but then you were gone. Was that you?

Well God, I know you are busy so I will let you go. I pray you are doing well and that you are filled with joy for us. You are truly an amazing, wonderful, loving, caring friend and I don’t know where I would be without you.

P.S. Say hello to my dad and my grandparents and friends that are there with you. Two more questions.   Do you pray for me? What do you want me to do today?

Dear Mr. God by The Warren Brothers – 

Maintain by Jonathan McReynolds feat Chantae Cann – This wasn’t a song I had planned for today but I heard it this morning and it spoke to me. 

In My Room by Thousand Foot Krutch – I know I have included this on several posts but this is a song that just really speaks to me. I included one with lyrics this time. My favorite line “I’ve never prayed so can we just talk”  – 

Questions by Steven Curtis Chapman – 

Letter To God by Duncan James – 

Dear God by FM Static – 

Hey God by Lonestar – 

Red Letter Day by NewSong – 

Counting Blue Cars by Dishwalla –  

Beer With Jesus by Thomas Rhett – 

Me and God by Josh Turner – 

11 thoughts on “Hello God

  1. Loved the message!! Loved it a lot! Our Heavenly Father wants an intimate relationship with His creation, His children. That means it’s a two-way communion! If more of us would just realize that He desires more than we can imagine a relationship we could do what His Word says, “approach the throne BOLDLY,” The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and too many people think that word fear means to be afraid, and that is contradictory to the rest of His Word. It means to be in AWE!! If we talk to Him more, one to one, that awe will grow in us and it will cause us to draw even closer!! Great message Robert.
    Going to add your wonderful site to my Blogs Followed page (yeah, I said page! Too many for widget) and others will be blessed by your insights and your love of awesome music!! God bless and keep fighting that fight of faith!! Abundant blessings my brother in Christ!

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    1. thanks you so much Pastor, this truly came at the right time. I have been struggling this week with writing. God brought it to you and I am thankful for that. Thank you for adding it to your blogs followed page. Thanks for listening to the music and for reading. God bless.

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      1. Brother, I learned a long time ago to not rush inspiration from the Holy Spirit. He moves upon each of us in HIS time. When you “struggle” especially when you are inspiring others, learn to be still, and just “listen” allow your mind to dwell on Him and you will be surprised that what you consider a struggle is a time of rest in Him! (years of experience with teaching and preaching!) Love you brother in the Lord and so glad you are doing what you have in your heart to do!

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      1. Thanks Rob. I’m still medication free. I have good days and bad days but none as bad as last January when I started taking medication for the vascuitis I know the prayers help and I appreciate them very much. I pray for you and yours. God bless.

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