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I Often Wonder – Where is God? 

I Often Wonder – Where is God? 

 

I often wonder – where is God? 

As we gather at the table

with the crunch of carrots and requests for dessert

the relentless question: “Can I play please?” 

 

I often wonder – where is God? 

As tiny hands clutch crayons

tracks move across a construction site

the persistent plea: “We’re still playing.” 

 

I often wonder – where is God? 

As we race down the hallway

rock together under the hush of the noise machine

the insistent refrain: “I’m not ready for bed yet.” 

 

I often wonder – where is God? 

As I turn on the computer

fill a page with words and stories

the endless question: “Will these words matter?” 

 

I often wonder – where is God?

As the wind blows my hair

the birds provide music to break my silence

as I listen to God’s persistent voice: “I am here. You are mine.” 

 

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