Sometimes life will happen and provision stops. What do you do when your source of supply dries up? How do you handle the situation? Do you stay there and continue to believe that by faith it will be full again?
Don’t try to make (or force) a temporary provision permanent or hold on to expired locations. Recognize when it’s time to move. The brook provided water for Elijah for a bit (1 Kings 17) but it wasn’t predestined to be a permanent solution. Something happened in the land. There had been no rain.
What is the brook in your life that has dried up?
Perhaps it wasn’t meant to be permanent. In these times, something happened globally – a pandemic and many provisions have dried up. Remember, God didn’t abandon His servant. He instructed him to “Arise, go…I have commanded…to provide…”
Feeling down? Start your day with gratitude.
God has not abandoned you. He has allocated provision in a specific direction but you must listen, “arise, go.” There is blessing and provision in movement.
Calvin Boatwright says
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Thank you so much for this piece. It helped my soul and gave me indepht insight. God bless you Ma.
Pastor Belinda says
You are welcome! Thank you for reading and God bless you.