Our Provider

Our Provider

When the Lord is first in every area of our lives, we can trust Him to provide for us. When we have a need, we have a tendency to look for what we need instead of seeking the Lord. When we seek Him, His Kingdom and His righteousness–everything we need is added unto us. The Lord is so faithful. What hinders faith is our reasoning.

The ways of God are incomprehensible to our natural mind. We believe God will provide for us, but we cannot comprehend how He is going to put it together. It will be done by God adding what He has to what we don’t have. It will be done in His timing, His way and He will be glorified. God’s ways are not our ways; He multiplies supernaturally. Our riches can never compare to the riches of the glory in Christ Jesus. Our needs are met according to His riches, not ours. Divine visions are fulfilled with divine provisions.

We are to look up to our Heavenly Father expecting Him to take care of our needs, trusting His will to be done on earth as it is in Heaven. When we look at our lack we will be hindered by our sight. We look up to God, the source of every resource. He is bigger than what we are facing; He is higher than what is seen; He is more glorious than what we can imagine. He is God, our loving Father and our provider, from glory to glory! 

Philippians 4:19 “And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.”

 

Is That All?

Is That All?

Does something we’ve been working on look small? Does it appear as if little is happening? Are we expecting more than what can be seen? He gives us great faith in Him and changes what we see accordingly. What seems small is big when seen through the eyes of faith in a mighty God. We must walk by faith and not by sight.

We see fruitfulness the moment the seed is planted. There is nothing little in God and all that comes from Him is great: a word; a touch; a partial victory in an area. Small manifestations are never to be taken for granted. We praise God from whom all blessings flow. When we do not have enough money for our rent, but we have part of it, we might question how we are going to get the rest until one day… instead of questioning what isn’t… our praise comes forth for what is! A great praise for what He has done comes forth; trusting if He did this much, surely He will take care of us all the way! Think back on all the times He provided for us and made “a way” out of “no way.” The answer to our needs is usually already on the way.

God is faithful. He is awesome, worthy to be praised. It’s not how small something is, but how big He is that we learn to focus on, from glory to glory!

Philippians 4:19 “And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” 

 

Our Source

Our Source

When the Lord is first in every area of our lives, we can trust Him to provide for us. When we have a need we have a tendency to look for what we need, instead of seeking the Lord. When we seek Him, His Kingdom and His righteousness–everything we need is added into us. The Lord is so faithful. What hinders faith is our reasoning.

The ways of God are incomprehensible to our natural mind. We believe God will provide for us, but we cannot comprehend how He is going to put it together. It will be done by God adding what He has to what we don’t have. It will be done in His timing, His way and He will be glorified. God’s ways are not our ways; He multiplies supernaturally. Our riches can never compare to the riches of the glory in Christ Jesus. Our needs are met according to His riches, not ours. Divine visions are fulfilled with divine provisions.

We are looking up to our Heavenly Father, expecting Him to take care of our needs, trusting His will to be done on earth as it is in Heaven. When we look at our lack we will be hindered by our sight. We look up to God, the source of every resource. He is bigger than what we are facing; He is higher than what is seen; He is more glorious than what we can imagine. He is God, our loving Father and our provider, from glory to glory!

Philippians 4:19 “And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” 

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