A world filled with confusion, disappointments, heartache, evil and despair will have you wondering where in the world is God? It could be that you were never that close to the Lord, or it could be that you were, and now He is no where to be found. Where did He go? Or is the more appropriate question, where did you put Him?
Unfortunately I believe it is in the nature of God's people to seek Him more, when we feel we need Him. But, the reality is we always need Him, and above all we should desire Him! In Deuteronomy 4:28 Moses warns the Children of Israel and foretells how they will forget God after He has blessed them to enter into the promise land. They began to worship other Gods, and began to pick up the customs of unbelievers. They did things that brought them pleasure, things that put a distance between them and God. But, God never forgets! He says in verse 29 "If from "there", you will seek the Lord thy God, thou shall find Him, if you seek Him with all of your heart and soul". From "there" is where you left Him! Where you decided your way was better, or the way of the world was better.
What we have to realize is that when we decide to break the covenant that God made with us we step away from Him, and compromise the agreement? We do that. Jesus never steps away, He never leaves us. The farther we pull away from His righteousness, the harder it is to see Jesus. If we don't understand anything else we understand that it takes two willing parties to have a healthy and prosperous relationship. No one wants to be in a relationship where they are not valued, respected, or listened to. This automatically puts a wedge between the two.
Jesus wants our whole heart, we can't serve and worship the values of this world and try to hold on to the values of God at the same time. It won't work, we cannot serve two masters. (Matt 6:24) We will reap the benefits or consequences of whatever has our heart the most, bottom line. (Matt 6:21)
Seek after God with all of your heart. Make Him and His ways your first priority and you will never have to wonder where God is.