God is your ultimate provider.

“And my God will liberally supply (fill until full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus” Philippians 4:19, Amplified.

I remember when my husband and I had reached a point when I was about to head for the hills. We were under great financial pressure and everything in me wanted to say, “I can do bad all by myself!” But thank God even in my emotions, the Holy Spirit reminded me that God is my ultimate provider, not my husband or anyone else. The Lord reminded me that He is the source of everything I need, and once that truth settled deep in my heart, I was able to stop feeling so angry at my husband and our situation, and was able to focus on letting God help us get through it, and He did.

My sister, as hard as things may be right now, I need you to focus on letting God help you get through it. God will meet your need even when your husband is unable to. He may have been laid off, or you may be a single mother and having to take care of the home all by yourself. Whatever the case may be, the Lord will provide supernatural provision and will see you through every trial.

Turn all of your attention and focus on the Lord and say with all your heart, “Lord, I put my trust in you right now to take care of me. I am your daughter and you are my King. You are my ultimate provider and my source. I place all of my expectations on you. I ask that you fill every lacking place in my home and every lacking place in me. Strengthen me God. Encourage my husband deeply and help him know with confidence that everything will be alright no matter what happens, because you are our God and you are our provider. In Jesus’ name, Amen.”

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16 thoughts on “God is your ultimate provider.”

  1. Amen and Amen again Thank you God for allowing Sis Kesha to deliver this encourage devotional to all the readers. Jesus I trust you to be my supplier and my helper Thank you again this I said and the name of Jesus Christ Amen 🙏🏽❤

    1. Praise God!! Just what I needed. God will provide. I trust and declare God shall provide my daughter with what she needs to be successful in nursing school and this to shall pass. He always cause us to triumph!!

  2. Thank you Lord for being my ultimate provider. I needed to hear this, as I so often place the “burden” on my husband. God is my ultimate provider.
    Thank You Jesus! ✝️

  3. Thank you Lord for always being my ultimate provider, help me Father God that no matter how tough things may get I asked that you continue to give me the strength and courage to look to you in Jesus name I pray Amen and Amen.

  4. What an amazing message. God is really trying to tell me something because almost every day this week Philippians 4:19 has shown up in at least one of the daily devotions that I read!

  5. I’m going to phillipians right my favorite is phillipians 4 13 but thank you and y’all stay safe bless you

  6. Father God,I am just going to totally trust in You. You are my **Jehovah Jireh**. My Provider. Glory be to Your name. In the name of Jesus Christ I pray. Amen

  7. Jehovah-Jireh indeed you are to me…has always been and will always be….thank you Father Hallelujah
    Have a peaceful night ladies. Love to all

  8. Amen,, I will look to the hills which cometh my help and my help comes from the Lord. 🙏🏾 I hope everyone is holding up
    well during this crisis.💙💜❤️

  9. Thank You God for being my EVERYTHING 👏🏽🙌🏽😓🙏🏽 You are my ultimate Provider👏🏽🙌🏽😓🤗🙏🏽 You supply all my needs, and I am GRATEFUL 🙌🏽 Hallelujah Praise God 🙌🏽 if You bring me to it😓🙏🏽🙌🏽 You will bring me through it 🙌🏽 Hallelujah Praise God 💃💃💃 TRUSTING You, . My God, My Provider, My Healer, My Deliver👏🏽😓🙏🏽🙌🏽💃 My Life🙌🏽 You are my Everything 💃💃💃 Amen and AMEN 🙌🏽❤️🙏🏽❤️

  10. Thank you Lord for always being there for your children. Thank you that you have given you a chance to see three full months of 2020, only you could do that in the mighty name of Jesus. AMEN We have enter into your present today April 5, 2020 (Palm Sunday), with Thanks giving in our heart.

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