My God shall supply all your Need

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Topic: Know What You Need
Author: Pastor Abraham David

But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:19 KJV
We serve a God who is more than enough; your heavenly Father is very rich in all things and desires to give you things lavishly, but under one condition, and the condition is, they must be what you need.

Our scriptural text says, “but my God shall supply all your need…” Men have need and they also have want; what God wants to supply is your need, He didn’t promise to supply your want, He promise to supply, not some of your need, but all your need, so, you can always trust count on Him to supply everything you need.

Any time you want to ask God for something and receive whatever you ask for, what you must do is to first ask yourself, this thing or these things I want to ask for, are they need or want?

This is important, because, no matter how much and how hard you pray, God won’t do it if what you ask for is your want. In the epistle of James, he said in James 4:3, “You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures.” Your needs are the things you need for your welfare, upkeep, and to fulfill the divine destiny, while your wants are basically the things you require just for pleasure, and to satisfy your human cravings; God won’t satisfy your human cravings, but will supply your basic and daily need.

Our scriptural text in the Amplified Bible says, “And my God will liberally supply (fill until full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” You don’t have to worry about your need at all, because God will supply it, and fill until full. Anything you want to have in order to measure up is not need, but want; anything you want to prove a point or something is not need, but want. You don’t ask God for a car because your mates are riding cars when you don’t have source of income and depend on someone else to feed you, that’s not basic need, but want. Always know, and separate your need from your want.
Precious Father, you always provide for every of my need, I ask that you cause me to grow in the knowledge of your perfect will so that I would always focus on the things that matter most, and ask for the right thing, in Jesus name. Amen.
Further Study
Psalm 23:1; Psalm 84:11; Matthew 6:25-31.


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