People who live without God don't understand, but this is why I have Him.
I need Him. Or Her, or They, as the case may be.
Sometimes I doubt Him. But I need Him.
Real or imagined, it does not matter.
It must be great not to need a God in your life.
It must feel strong.
I wouldn't know. I've always needed Mine.
God is the father who never dies; the mother who never wounds.
God is the coach who does not care if I was first or last, as long as I had fun.
God is the teacher who does not mind if I don't know the answer, as long as I heard the question.
God is the president I vote in my heart, knowing that He'll always have my best interests in His.
God is the policeman who watches and warns, but has no need of a weapon.
God is the judge who may send me to jail, but goes there with me.
God is every authority figure I know, as I'd wish them to be:
giving, supporting, guiding, loving, eternal.
Something bigger than myself.
Something to hold onto when I stumble or am struck down.
Hope, when I have nothing else.
Faith that in this world, where we are all really alone, we really aren't.
God is the strength I don't have, when I need it most.