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Power Point - Nov. 13, 2006

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November 13, 2006

 

And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.

 

--Philippians 4:19

 

Too many of us today are missing out on God’s blessings because our life is absorbed in trying to meet our own needs. 

 

Rather than trusting God to meet our needs, too often we go out and buy what we think we need…only to go into debt doing it! Then, saddled with that debt, we can’t be a blessing to others. 

 

Can you relate? Are you missing out on being a blessing?

 

Well, you can change that! Begin trusting God, wait on Him, and just see how He will supply what you need!

 

You’ll never experience the power of God to meet your needs if you don’t trust Him for what He can do. God’s strength, grace, and power are available to you. Like Paul said in Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.”

 

Remember, God knows what you need even before you ask for it. When you pray, asking for God’s provision, you put yourself in the position to receive from God all He wants to give you. When you pray expectantly, you can pray confidently that you will receive from God what He desires to give you! 

 

Today, I want to challenge you to elevate your expectations of God. Begin each day in worship and ask for God’s provision. Believe Him for great things in your life. When you do, you will begin to see how your life can indeed become a blessing to others.

 

trust god to meet your needs…and see what he will do.

 

 

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