Psalm 33:13 says: “He sees ALL the sons of men.”
That is a pretty inclusive statement! There is no one who flies “under His radar”. God sees us all. This is true for better and for worse:
— No one’s sins are missed by Him. Psalm 139 reminds us: “darkness and light are alike to Thee” and “before there is a word on my tongue, You, O Lord know it all.” You may hide the depth and breadth of your sins from everyone but God; He sees it all — even your most vile thoughts. This truth should make each of us despair of any hope of “self-righteousness” and cause us to cast ourselves on God’s mercy in Jesus Christ alone for salvation.
— But it is also true in a more “positive” way: none of us are beneath God’s notice; He sees and cares about everything you do. Isaiah 40:27 says: “Why do you say, O Jacob, and assert, O Israel, ‘My way is hidden from the Lord, and the justice due me escapes the notice of my God?’” Your trial, your need, your complaint — nothing is missed by Him; “He sees ALL the sons of men” — so you can be confident that He sees YOU!
One of my favorite names for God in the Old Testament teaches this truth. In Genesis 16:13, Hagar, who was a castaway slave, realized that in her plight she had been noticed by the Lord, and called Him Yahweh Roi — “the God who sees.” It was a precious name for Hagar, and it should be for us, too. Your needs, your problems — and yes, your sins — do not escape the notice of the Lord. He is “The God Who Sees!”