Trusting God to Meet My Needs (2 of 8) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Facing Life with Faith
II Corinthians 9:6-13
We are continuing in our study of the series of messages on "Facing Life With Faith." There are two ways you can face life, either with fear or with faith. And God will bless those who have faith. The Bible says without it, it is impossible to please God. Today we are talking about "Trusting God To Meet My Needs." We are not talking about pie in the sky by and by, we are talking about God meeting our needs in the here and now. The Lord who knows our needs wants to meet our needs because He loves us. And God is a giving God. He wants to bless His people. It is the heart and desire of God to always meet our needs. And yet, we have many needs that are unmet. And I believe it is because of faith. It is at the point of faith that God meets our needs.
Last time we said faith was obeying when we don't understand it, giving when we don't have it, persisting when we don't feel like it, confessing before we receive it, and trusting God even if we don't receive it in this lifetime. That is faith.
As we think about this promise today, God says that He will make all grace abound to us so that in all things we will have all of our needs met. We will be enriched for every good work. It reminds me of Philippians 4:19, "my God shall supply all my needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus." Now some of us have to honestly be asking, if God will supply all my need, if God will make His grace abound to me so that in every occasion and in all ways, I am going to be enriched in every way, then why is it that I have so many needs in my life this morning that aren't being met? I have need for assurance, security, peace, love, a need to feel needed, and a need to fill the purpose of God in my life; a need to think my life is significant. I have many needs in my life that aren't being met. And if God has promised to meet all these needs, t ...
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