What are you in need of today? In what area do you need God’s supply? Don’t be afraid to come to Him with your request. His supply is far greater than any need that you may be facing!
In Luke 9:10-17, the people Jesus was teaching were in need of food. There was only 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish available to them at the time. This was not near enough food to feed the 5,000 or more that were present. Jesus had the people sit down anyway. He gave thanks for the food, distributed it, and there was enough for all of them to eat until they were satisfied, with 12 basketsful left over.
In this situation, it look impossible for the people’s need to be met. After all, who ever heard of feeding a whole crowd with just a few loaves of bread and a couple of fish? Jesus did the impossible anyway, providing more than enough for all who were present. Though their need was great, God’s supply was greater still!
The same holds true in our lives today. No matter what our need, regardless of how great or small it may be, God is more than willing and able to supply it. When you present your request to Him, ask in faith, knowing that you will receive what you are lacking!
What are you in need of today? In what area are you experiencing lack? Come to your Heavenly Father. Know that He will supply all of your needs (Philippians 4:19).
Your Daddy in heaven knows what you are in need of before you even ask Him (Matthew 6:8). He sees, He cares, and He wants you to know that He will provide. No matter what your present circumstances, trust that He will take care of you. He is both willing and able to make a way even when it feels like there is none.
He is always with you. He will never leave you on your own, and He wants you to cast all your burdens upon Him (Psalm 55:22). He bids you to be anxious about nothing, but rather to present your requests to Him (Philippians 4:6). There’s no detail concerning you that’s to small for Him to notice, or situation to big for Him to handle, for what is impossible with man is possible with Him (Luke 18:27).
Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, rather than depending on your own understanding (Proverbs 3:5). As you acknowledge Him in all of your ways, He will direct your paths (Proverbs 3:6). You are righteous in Christ, and your prayers avail much (James 5:16)! Instead of looking to the circumstances taking place around you, look to your Heavenly Father, confident that He loves you and that when you call to Him, He will answer you (Jeremiah 33:3)!
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