He is over poverty
Published on 7 November 2020
I have first-hand experience when it comes to seeing God provide for me supernaturally. I first started to see this miracle of provision when I was newly saved. It was when my mum didn’t have anything in the cupboard or fridge to prepare dinner for us. This was at a very low point in our lives; My dad had walked out, the business they owned went bankrupt and mum was unemployed. My brother and I were at school and we would literally get to points throughout the week, when we had nothing to eat. It was at those moments that my mum would begin to pray and remind God of His promise in His Word to be our Provider. I would then see— hours later— a knock at the door and a porch filled with grocery bags. Or sometimes we would bump into people from our church who would shake my mum’s hand and slip money into it. People who didn’t know our predicament but simply obeyed God’s voice, became a source of supernatural provision to us as a family and an incredible communication of who God was— our Provider. This is who God is and He wants to reveal Himself to us as our Provider. He also wants to break the cycle of poverty by downloading visions of a better future, opening doors to that future and even giving us creative ideas to generate finance. He is a good father and wants to help His children overcome poverty for themselves and to be that source of provision for others. Today, let Him give you an idea, prompt you to give to others or respond to your prayer for help. He is a good provider and He is, over it all!
I thank You, Jesus, that You are our Provider and that You will supply all of our needs according to Your riches in glory. I ask You to provide….(tell Him what you need) and I position myself in faith to see You move in this area of my life. I thank You that You are a good God who wants to provide for me.
For seven days you are to provide a male goat daily for a sin offering; you are also to provide a young bull and a ram from the flock, both without defect.
And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.
Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness.
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