Does God have a Social Media Page?

AnniversaryWe are all seeking attention in one way or another. I peruse the pages of the social media and see smiling faces posted and look to see how many “likes” it got.  I have always hated having my picture made, I’m not sure exactly why, some people even think I am or was beautiful but to see myself looking out at me is just not something I enjoy looking at. I have taken selfies to post as my profile picture and to mark one occasion or another, I have posted them, there is one on this blog-site, but I really don’t like doing it.

I see young girls made up and dressing to look what they think is sexy, and to what purpose is that? When someone makes a rude comment, which their picture certainly looked like it was asking to be made, they get angry and a war ensues. Then there are older women, yes like myself, that wear things that make their teen age granddaughters blush also for the same effect.

When it comes right down to it the person that looks back at me in the mirror every morning with her hair standing up all over her head is all there is and at this point in my life I am doing every thing in my power to stay out of the sight of any human except my immediate family. It is a time for introspection, so let’s see what’s in there… it is almost a year since my dad left and one of the things he said often in the last few months was “I wish I had realized what I had inside of me years ago, I would have gotten so much more done that I ever did!” I always chuckled at that and reminded him of the many churches he founded and the fact that he had successfully raised three children who are all following in his foot steps in one way or another and remind him that he had survived 70 years of marriage when others, including myself, couldn’t make it for reasons they probably couldn’t even name. However it has given me pause today and I thought I would just sit down for a while and see if there is anything I can do to make things better.

So where do I start? Well I am caretaker for my mother, grandmother to two wonderful, loud, boisterous, drum beating, boy and girl chasing young people, mother to a daughter that works at a private Christian school, and a son that runs his own Chiropractic Clinic, mother-in-law to their wonderful and supportive spouses, house cleaner, cook, laundry mistress, avid reader and sometimes I take the time to write a blog, which you my friend are reading as I speak!

Do I want attention? I guess if I am being truly honest with myself I could say I am hiding from outside forces yet I keep appearing here every day so I must want attention from YOU or I would just give it up, right? So what’s the difference between me being here and people who over post scandalous pictures and too much about their private lives on the social media page? I have begun to look at all the pictures in a different light and by seeing girls and guys of all ages, knowing that they are reaching out for a little acceptance, it makes me want to reach out and say, “I know who you are, I accept you, I love you and I wish you knew that you are too valuable to sell yourself short to the public, most of which you wouldn’t recognize if you saw on the street.” 

Does hitting “like” when someone asks for prayer mean that you recognize they are asking for prayer, or does it mean that you will take the time to pray, and having made the promise, do you?  We used to sing a song back in the 70’s written by Diana Ross that said “Reach out and touch somebody’s hand, make this world a better place if you can…” Can I really do that? Or is it that while I am sitting here contemplating my own reality I am simply being selfish?

2 Chronicles 16:9 For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose heart is loyal to Him. Hebrews 4:13 Nothing in all creation is hidden from God’s sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before the eyes of him to whom we must give account.

Only God knows the truth about you or me and thankfully we don’t have to give an account for each other and God doesn’t search the social media pages to see our “likes”, however He has sent you a “friend request” and is waiting for an answer and the attention you receive from Him will give you all the fulfillment you need and He will never “delete” you!  

6 Replies to “Does God have a Social Media Page?”

  1. Very enlightening piece..God did not delete me. I in a sense, hit delete on God, Fifteen years ago I chose a second career alternative, in retail, after the the insurance career abruptly ended. Retail requires one to be available to work on Sunday. I stopped going to church. In turn, I also ceased to read the Bible; a bad decision, This lost child of God, must ‘start over,’ with renewed faith at age 67.


  2. You ARE so beautiful! Inside and yes outside too! I love seeing your face and even more when I actually get to hug you! You inspire me daily and I would miss your blog if you didn’t update it each day.


  3. I love your last paragraph it says it all, He sent a “friend request”. He doesn’t need to look for us as He knows where we are at all times & what we are doing. One of the neat things about God is He thinks I am important. He loved me before I was born. He set plans in place for me before I was born. And since I was born He has walked with me every day till I accepted His Friends Request. Today He answers my requests a lot of times before I even ask Him. And most of all, the really important issue with Him is , He sent His Son to die just for me & now I belong to Him. Oh Happy Day. I am a privileged person * I have Kingdom authority with in myself because I am a Child of the King. Nuft said… I do love Him. And I love & appreciate you for all you do every day on here.


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