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  • God Will Meet Your Needs

    2 posts, 2 voices, 568 views, started Oct 27, 2008

    Posted on Monday, October 27, 2008 by Ms-kay


    • Carnelian

      Are you having difficulty making ends meet? Are you worried that you may not be able to make your next payment? Do you have mouths to feed and bodies to clothe, but you are unsure if you can do it? You are not alone. Everyday, especially in today's economy with the rising cost of health care, housing, food and other necessities, there are people just like you who are unsure of what tomorrow may bring. They do not know if they will have a job, a house, utilities, food, clothing, money, or even some form of transportation to help them get to a job. In fact, worrying about everything appears to be the only thing that makes any sense right now!

      Know that God will meet your needs. In the Bible God reminds us that He will always meet our needs (see Matthew 6:25-34).  

      Worry often leads us to ask ourselves all sorts of questions that can't be answered, such as: What if I cannot make my payment tomorrow? What if I am always struggling like this? How am I going to get to my destination tomorrow? What if I become sick? How am I going to provide for my family? How am I going to make ends meet? questions can linger for days and chances are you will not have the answers to any of them. But as long as you know that the Lord is with you, you can be assured that He has all the answers you need.

      Increase your faith in Him. The Bible tells us that we should have faith in God (see Mark 11:22). If we had even a little faith in God the size of a mustard seed (see Matthew 17:20) He would give us peace through our storms (see Numbers 6:26). Having this kind of faith means that no matter how bad or extreme a problem is in our lives, we can withstand it because God is with us. This may be easier said than done, but when you honestly look back on your life and see just how far God has brought you, it really isn't at all difficult learning how to develop faith in Him.


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