When Hagar ran away, she cried out to Heavenly Father in the wilderness, then, "God then gave Hagar a deeply personal revelation about the child
she was carrying, including his gender, his name, his future mission
in life, and a glimpse of the great nation that would spring from
him... [Then] Hagar did something that no one else in the
scriptures ever does. While others, such as Jacob and Abraham,
named the place where they saw God, Hagar gave God a name. She
called Him “Thou God seest me” (Genesis 16:13), or more plainly, “the God that sees me.” God is called by many names in the scrip-
tures, but out of them all Hagar’s is my personal favorite. It reminds
me, like it did her, that no matter where I am or what is happen-
ing to me, God can literally see me. The Creator of the universe—a
being of unfathomable power and glory—sees and cares about me.
In some of the hardest moments of my life, I have found myself call-
ing out in prayer to “the God that sees me.” Quote by Heather Farrell @womeninthescriptures
from our book, "Walking with the Women of the Old Testament".Thank you to my beautiful model @saramaria07.