John 14:23 Jesus answered him, "Those
who love me will obey my teaching.
My Father will love them, and my Father and I will come to them and live with them."
Jesus is trying to comfort his disciples and prepare them for His death and His return to Heaven. He had already promised them that He would not leave them orphans. (John 14:18) In the middle of this discussion Judas, who is not Judas Iscariot the betrayer, speaks up and asks why Jesus will manifest Himself to the disciples, but not to the world. Jesus tells Judas that anyone who loves Jesus and obeys His teaching will not only have the love of the Father, but both the Father and Jesus will come to them and live with them.font>
Jesus is not talking about a physical presence where we will see Him and the Father walking around our homes. Jesus is saying that the Father and Jesus will manifest themselves by speaking to our conscience, guiding our thoughts and words. He will also bring us comfort in times of distress. There are times when God presence can be felt and those times can bring a peace of mind, and comfort.
We can't see Him, but we can be sure He is always there. “...for He hath said, 'I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.” Hebrews 13:5. This text refers to three other places in the Bible where God made that promise. Those texts are Deuteronomy 31:6, Joshua 1:5, and 1Chronicles 28:20.
God will never leave us to face our battles alone. He will be there to help us, advise us, and comfort u is to ignore God and try to solve the problem on our own. It is better if our first reaction is to turn to God in prayer and wait on him.
"Wait on the Lord: be of good
courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart:
wait, I say, on the Lord." Psalm 27:14
If we love the Lord, and follow His teachings He will always be there to help, guide, and comfort us. He will not ever leave us alone!