His eyes on us

The process of getting a license in marriage and family therapy involves a time of supervision.  This is when you see clients alone but under the watchful eye of another therapist.  A supervisor is a therapist with 3 or more years of experience and trained to supervise a candidate for licensure.  It is a wonderful opportunity on a weekly bases to review your clients and sessions with a more experienced person who allows for feedback, encouragement and direction.  There is a tremendous feeling of peace and safety knowing you are not alone with your cases and that you don't have to have all the answers.

Psalms 32:8 says, "I will instruct you and teach you in the way which you should go; I will counsel you with My eye upon you".  God is never far away and is that constant and present source of comfort and safety in our lives.  Nothing we experience is beyond His ability (or desire) to offer us the counsel, support and encouragement we long for at each moment of our lives.  He is well qualified for sure, but He also loves us and created us.  He has a vested interest in us and even knows the path ahead.  How much peace comes from knowing the God of the universe has His eyes on us

I don't know where you are today or what circumstance has your attention.  But I am glad God is never far away.

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