I Will Supply Your Necessary Provision

Neil Vermillion —  November 27, 2017 — Leave a comment

Rest in the assurance of who I am and my plans for you. In this world you will have trouble, but do not fear, for I have already overcome the world. Do not look to your own hands, your own strength, or your own intelligence, for what I have for you is far greater. Rest in my assurance even though you will surely encounter difficulty, trials, and resistance. For even though these things may come, they are but small and fleeting in comparison to the greater glory being revealed in you, and through you. (1)

Dismantle the lies of worry, for the doubt they introduce and entertain will lead you to instability. Instead, be deliberate in remembering my words, remembering my promises, and remembering who I am. For I will never leave you, nor forsake you. I will never give up on you. I will never forget about you, nor am I blind to what you are presently going through. And even though you know these things in your mind, sometimes you forget or doubt in your heart. So take a moment to reflect and remember. Be deliberate and intentional in remembering my words, promises, plans, and character. For in doing so, your knowledge and remembrance of me will supply you with unshakable stability to whether any storm. (2)

Do not resist the direction I am guiding you towards. For though you may not like it, and though it may be truly difficult, painful, or humiliating, it will bring about good fruit in your life. Everything works out for the good of those who love me. And as you have accepted the call placed upon your life, also remember you belong to me, just as I belong to you. In this know I will take care of you and supply your necessary provision as we walk this journey together. We will grow in not only knowledge, wisdom, and experience, but also in our love, friendship, and power too. (3)

(1) John 14:1-2, 1 Corinthians 2:9 (2) Matthew 6:34, Luke 12:25-31 (3) Romans 8:28, Philippians 4:19, Romans 6:22

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