All over me was a common expression used by my peers when I was in high school. All over me referred to a parent or teacher who was exercising their authority in the form of discipline. Like a coach who gets all over a player who repeats the same mistake over and over again, the point of this behavior is to correct past mistakes from reoccurring. While all over me could also apply to someone who is hitting on you, the apostle Paul writes about how Jesus provides for all of our needs.
And my God will liberally supply ([i]fill to the full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus, Philippians 4:19.
The Benjamin Gate’s song All Over Me uses a similar analogy. However, the lyrics points to God’s love being poured out, all over residents of earth, John 3:16-17. The attached video uses what appear sto be a bubble floating above each person to represent God’s love. May the start of a new year inspire souls searching for the meaning to life grasp the love of God, Ephesians 3:16. While this song may not be for everyone, the lyrics drive home an essential biblical message, God’s love is all over.
by Jay Mankus