God is everywhere, the God who framed mankind to be one mighty family, himself our father, and the world our home.
Where one is present, God is the second, and where there are two, God is the third.
"Tell me." said a heathen philosopher to a Christian, "where is God."—"First tell me," said the other, "where he is not."
God oft descends to visit men, unseen, and through their habitations walks, to mark their doings.
Yes, thou art ever present, power divine; not circumscribed by time, nor fixed by space, confined to altars, nor to temples bound.—In wealth, in want, in freedom, or in chains, in dungeons or on thrones, the faithful find thee.