Your Daily Connection with God

Your daily connection with God is an important part of your spiritual relationship. Do you make time to meet with God each day? Do you feel you have a growing intimacy with God? If not, what stands in your way from making time to connect or communicate with God?

While pondering what stands in the way of God’s children consistently spending time in God’s presence, the Holy Spirit reminded me what David wrote in Psalm 8:4. “What is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them?” David seems to express a sense of insignificance to God. Like David, do you feel insignificant and wonder if God really wants to connect with you? Or does a feeling of insignificance stand in your way of spending time in God’s presence each day? You may use the excuse that you don’t have time for daily connection with God, but it may be deeper. Are you convinced that God wants to be in a personal relationship with you?

God reminded me of three truths that shows the importance of your individual daily connection with God. Before we look at those, the Bible is clear that God is present with each of us as an individual.  In fact, God’s Word proves from the beginning to the end of your life he is intimately involved with you. God created you and called you to experience relationship with him in every moment of your life. Key to understanding your significance to God as an individual, is seeing that God’s actions take place with you as an individual, not as a general presence.

Three truths to remind you daily of you connection with God

First, God created each you as an individual.

Second, God saves you as an individual.

Third, God gives you entry to his eternal presence as an individual.

God created you a unique individual

In fact, the Bible tells us God knit you in your mother’s womb, and formed your every bone. He created who you are. He even planned the number of your days. God knows everything about you. He understands your every thought. Your fingerprints and DNA are unique. Additionally, he gave you specific gifts, talents, calling and life purpose.

God saved you as an individual

Additionally, at your salvation, God’s grace through faith extended to you as an individual that allowed you to make Jesus the Lord of your life. Your salvation was a personal decision, not a group event. And at your salvation, God established you in Christ and sealed you with the Holy Spirit until the day of redemption.  

God will welcome you into his eternal presence as an individual

Lastly, the Bible tells us that when an individual dies, or is absent from the body, he or she is present with the Lord.  When you pass from this life, you will be judged in Christ as a believer or non-believer. And, if a believer, you will be eternally in God’s presence.

Daily connection with God and its promises for you

Just as God has chosen to create, save and welcome you to his eternal presence as an individual, he also calls you as an individual into his presence daily. Furthermore, God created mankind as a place for his presence. Equally important, God promises to reward those who draw near to him. In his presence you will find fullness of joy. God looks deep into every heart. God loves you. He is always listening. And when you connect with him daily, he will lead you and guide you, showing you the path of life.

Knowing these three truths and God’s desire to connect with you daily, I hope you are encouraged to make time for God each day. If you struggle with a plan for daily connection with God, I’d like to suggest Expressions of Heart Evening & Morning: Finding Rest for Your Soul to help you connect with God on a daily basis. Get your copy now at

Kathleen Reaser, Biblical Life Coach

Kathleen Reaser is a Biblical Life Coach,, Founder of Expressions of Heart Facebook Community for women,, as well as a line of Expression of Heart resources, that help individuals live the life God created them to live. She is also the Biblical Foundations Advisor for Women of Faithful Purpose,

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