GOD understands your pain GOD Knows what you are going through. Just hold on, you are the apple of GOD's eye. The ultimate companion we find in our pain is Jesus Himself. He wept for us. And on the cross, He experienced separation from God in its fullness. Our Savior knows what it means to suffer pain. When you’re passing through a challenging time, nothing means more than having someone come alongside who understands what you’re going through. But when you are undergoing mental health pressure and feeling lonely, it’s very easy to forget that God is literally within you. The Holy Spirit is the presence of God Himself, living and working in the life of everyone who trusts in Jesus .
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