God’s Providential Care

The eternal God is
your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms
(Deuteronomy 33:27).
 
There is no situation in life that is bigger than God’s
ability to help you out of it! As my former pastor used to say, God had the answer for your every problem
prepared before the problem ever existed!
 
The reality is that we now live in the volatile time just
prior to the return of Christ to earth! This is a season of rearranging. And
it’s not going to be comfortable. We must make a choice right now. See the
light instead of focusing on the darkness. Expect the promises of God for
renewal and revival worldwide to happen. Prepare for a fresh move of the Spirit
of God. Prepare for a large influx of people into the family of God!
 
And in the middle of change, see the providence of God
working in your life. He is your Protector, your Provider, your Sustainer, your
Shield, your Defender, and He is your Life! Lean on His promises. Expect Him to
honor His Word in your life. Expect His Providential care to make a way for you
every day.
 
He has not brought us this far to fail us now. It’s time
for us to shine with His Glory. But the choice is really ours. Will we trust
God; will we trust His Word and lean on the Holy Spirit to show us what to do?
Or will we lean on the arm of the flesh; worrying, wringing our hands, allowing
ourselves to be caught up in the negative circumstances of the moment?
 
See yourself under the care of the Divine Shepherd. You
belong to Him, and He has
obligated Himself to care for you. Walk by faith, listen
to the Spirit of God within you, and expect Him to show you what you need to do
every day. And expect Him to open a way for you. He will not disappoint!
 
So we don’t look at
the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be
seen. For the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see
will last forever
(2 Corinthians 4:18- NLT).

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