God is Provider. Provider of all things. Finances, yes, but also relationship, peace, opportunity, future, etc. He is the Source. Him and Him alone.
Do you lean on Him that way?
Have you come to the place where you lean fiercely upon Him, and realize that nothing you have has come from you or your cleverness? Nothing that has been provided for you, has been provided by you…really. He is our Source.
We can’t have if He doesn’t allow it. We can’t move ahead unless He clears the way. We can’t establish if He doesn’t pour the foundation.
You may be thinking, “There are lots of people who have things, and do things without even considering God.” And you would be right…but if they do it all on their own, then they are only biding time before it is washed away.
The only way to a secure future is through God…not in spite of Him.
Does this make sense? Scripture talks about this plenty…
The Righteous One takes note of the house of the wicked and brings the wicked to ruin. Proverbs 21:12
The success of the wicked is always temporary…and it provides a stumbling block for them. Wealth in the hands of the righteous is a tool.
It’s time for the great shift of wealth. The wicked have had their time…now it’s time for the church to break out of the poverty spirit and begin to walk righteously in wealth.
Let me ask you this question, “Who do you think benefitted the most from making God’s people think living in poverty and lack was a form of righteousness?” Certainly not God. The enemy knew it was a wonderful way to curb the influence of God upon society. Wake up! We must wake up and realize we’ve been dupped.
The Lord is abundant. Our lives should be abundant in every way when we walk closely with Jesus because He works ALL things together for our good. Even when we walk through lean times, He is abundant within our homes. Even when we walk through seasons of strife, He sticks closer than a brother.
I’m here to testify that no matter what season we are in, as believers…sons and daughters of God, we can live abundantly.
Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, honor is not fitting for a fool. Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an undeserved curse does not come to rest. Proverbs 26:1-2