Some of you are worried about what you are going to eat.
How am I going to pay this bill?
. . .put my kids through college?
. . . ever retire?
Others are worried about how God will come through.
What will happen?
How can this possibly be fixed?
There is no way.
In John 4, Jesus told the disciples, “I have food you don’t know about.” (Jo. 4:32)
Friends, God has food you don’t know about.
You don’t have to see the provision today to trust it will come tomorrow. You don’t have to know Sunday’s daily bread because it’s only Saturday. You don’t have to see where, how, when, why and what He’ll do, because: He hasn’t shown it to you, yet.
God has food you don’t know about. Don’t be one who needs to see — to believe.
Then Jesus told him, “You believe because you have seen me. Blessed are those who believe without seeing me.” (Jo. 20:29)
Be “blessed” because you didn’t see, yet still believed. Be “that” type. You can always start today.
Jesus was hungry when the disciples told him to eat in John 4. But. . . He had food — they “didn’t know about”. It was called “doing the will of God” (Jo. 4:34). Jesus fasted. Hidden food is often spiritual, not only natural.
The will of God, for you, is that:
- you trust Him
- you love Him
- you surrender
- you allow Him to lead you
He’ll feed you.
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