I will shake all nations, so that the treasures of all nations shall come in, and I will fill this house with splendour, says the LORD of hosts. – Haggai 2: 7
God is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all we could ever ask or imagine.
In today’s reflection, we recall all the ways God provides for us out of nothing.
When we are at our last means, God provides.
Throughout scripture again and again, God shows His love and desire to provide for the needs of His children.
At the Garden of Eden, God provided everything Adam and Eve ever needed even before they were formed.
When there was famine in the land, God sent Joseph ahead of Israel and his heritage to provide for them in the land of Egypt.
In the time of Elijah, God provided food for him via the mouth of ravens and sent him on to the widow of Zarapheth where the provision of flour and oil never run dry for her and her child ever again.
At the wedding of Cana, Jesus our God provided wine in abundance to deliver the couple from shame and to reveal himself as our true source.
The provision of Jesus for the 5000 and again for the 4000 where he multiplied a few loaves and fish to feed the hungry is amazing!
After His resurrection when Peter, John and some of the disciples went fishing, toiling all night and catching nothing, in the morning wake, Jesus appeared by the shore and at His Word which the disciples obeyed, Jesus provided fish in abundance.
Today, let us ask GOD to provide for all our needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus – for He is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all we could ever ask or imagine.
Lord Jesus Christ in Your might name today, I ask our Heavenly Father to show up for me and favour me beyond all I have ever asked or imagined. I need Your Word of power o God, spoken into my and our circumstances today, to change, to liberate, to uplift, to establish us.
Ah Lord Jesus, provide!
Thank You God for we know that as we’ve prayed You have heard and answered – may we ever remain faithful and grateful to You now and forever. Amen.