We were late to the stores to buy school supplies. Now, the Target shelves looked like desert wastelands, empty and void of everything I needed. The mom’s had picked them over.
The kids and I got in the car and drove to more stores, miles across town. I nearly crawled behind a shelf to grab the last box of dusty pencils. I circled the stores a few times, trying to figure out where I could get the exact things they needed.
I would get my kids what supplies they needed to succeed.
God does the same. He is intent about supplying us what we need to succeed (to grow, to learn, to become, to move ahead, to become like Him, to draw near to Him, to
But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (Phil. 4:19)
The supplying work does not belong to kids; it belongs to the parent.
Father God shall supply your needs.
Father God is your daddy. He sees what you need. He has your list. He cares about supplying you. He does not lie. He’s not late about it, either.
You have all you need according to HIS riches. Can you believe that? According to His riches. Not according to lack, a meager portion, a preserved ration. No, according to riches in His glory.
Open your hands. Open your eyes. Open your heart. Acknowledge His vast supply. He is there. You have what you need. He is doing it. He is greater than you, stronger than you, mightier than you, more able than you — and He desires to work through you.
Look up. You have all you need.
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