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God in Court for Non-Support?

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Businesswoman hands holding white card sign with support text message isolated on grey wall office background. Retro instagram style image. Personal advise assistance help concept

God in Court for Non- Support?

God takes very good care of His children. Imagine living your life knowing that every need would be met. Every time a meal was needed it was provided. Every time a bill is due, the provision is made for it to be paid. There is a significant difference between wants and needs. God provides for our every need. Every single need in our life is addressed. Isn’t that amazing? God is so concerned about us that He fills every area of lack in our lives.

Do you have any unmet needs in your life? I’m not talking about whether or not you will have a mate. Nor am I talking about the latest material things. What I am talking about is your basic needs. If by chance there is one, tell God all about it. 90% of the time He is waiting for us to just ask Him.

Some will ask the question~ God sees that I am in need, why doesn’t He just do it? Two things (1) He has given us free will. Free will to choose Him. Free will to worship Him. Free will to become one of His children. (2) He wants us to ask Him. Much in the same way that your children/ nieces/ nephews come to you and ask you for what they may need. God is not going to just come barreling into our lives disrupting everything, without our permission, as with everything else, we must choose Him.

Lastly, we do not get to choose how God helps us. His method of provision may not be our first choice, but it is provision nonetheless. Moreover He may not use who we want Him to use to bless us, but never mind that, just get the blessing. ~ Let your light shine!

Psalm 37: 25-26  I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.26 He is ever merciful, and lendeth; and his seed is blessed.

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This entry was posted on August 31, 2015. 2 Comments