by Stan Coffey

God Will Provide
Stan Coffey
Genesis 22

Now this portion of the book of Philippians forms a thank you note from the apostle Paul who is in prison to the church at Philippi ...they have sent him a love gift and now he is writing to thank them for that gift.

Now in this thank-you note there is one of the most amazing promises of scriptures about how God meets the needs of our lives.

The Bible teaches us that it is the desire of God to meet every single need that we have. Jesus said, ''Your heavenly Father knows that you have need of all these things.''

So Today, with all the needs of your life, all of that bundle of care which is yours, the Lord says, ''I know all about it and I am able to supply and I am able to meet your need.''

There are many titles for God in the Bible, but one of my favorite ones is found in Genesis, chapter 22. In that chapter when the Lord provided a ram to substitute for the son of Abraham, God revealed himself to Abraham under this name. He called Himself JEHOVAH-JIRAH which means THE LORD WILL PROVIDE.

I think that is one of the greatest names for God in all of the Bible THE LORD WILL PROVIDE.

So, in a resounding note of victory in these verses of scripture, the apostle Paul sets before us the needs of our lives, and THEN GIVES US THIS GREAT PROMISE WHICH IS A SPIRITUAL STICK OF DYNAMITE WHICH I PRAY WILL GO OFF IN YOUR HEART AND MIND TODAY.

''My God shall supply all of your needs according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus...'' GOD WILL PROVIDE.

Now before I show you how God will miraculo9usly provide the needs of our lives, I want you to understand the context of this great promise of the word of God.

These verses deal with the beautiful and generous gift that the Philippian Christians had sent to the apostle Paul.,.(v. 16) For even in Thessalonica you sent once and again unto my necessity...
Now ye Philippians know also, that in the beginning of the gospel when I departed from Macedonai, no church ...

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