The Lord is for you, dear ones, don't forget that. He is for us in the integrity of our beings -- our wholeness, our health, our holiness, all of which arise from the same root as a beautiful tree of words. Our salvation, we might say, being careful to not mean what we've so often taken it as -- escape or flight from His world and our primal constitution.
Be ever aware, though, that the Lord is against us, or rather, not us, but that which negates our being, that darkens our faces with shame and paralyzes us with guilt, that persuades us that we are not worthy of being in His Image, as if worth is something earned instead of being inscribed and maintained in us by Love. He fights as a warrior against all this, His weapon the Cross, wielded in passionless wrath in His Passion, His Love that tramples down the first death that usurped us all.
The Lord is for you, for us, and has bent His whole will, His whole energy and action, on this very thing.