And my God shall supply all your need according to his riches and glory by Christ Jesus. Philippians 4: 19 NKJV
If I were to ask someone who their supplier is, they may seem confused, however if I were to re phrase the question and ask “who or what is your source of income” it would make more sense to them. The typical answer I would probably get is “my job,” “my business,” “my investments,” or things along those lines. Some may even say my parents or grand parents or even a trust fund. What am getting at is that, from time immemorial we have been made to believe that our jobs is our main source of income but is it really? I understand that most of us pay our bills through our paycheck so it is easy to believe that no job equals no money which equals no source of income.
A few years back, I had a good paying job and all of a sudden, I was laid off without warning. I was unemployed for about three months and of course, I didn’t have three months worth of savings to get me through. I was concerned, frightened and worried because I had never being without a physical source of income. I thank God that I had a partner who was bringing home an income but not enough to support us both. while I put out numerous applications and attended some interviews I decided this was a good time to get deeper into the word of God and get closer to him. More than half of the household bills were not physically covered but God made a way for three months. We didn’t go hungry, we didn’t have our power cut off and we didn’t gt kicked out of our place.
The above verse says it all, if you trust God, he will supply all your need and his supply never runs out. In Matthew 6:25-30 NKJV Jesus tells us not to worry about the things we work for, that God is ready to supply those things to us. God is my source of income, the income from my job is to honor God with Tithes and offerings so he can continue to supply my needs. Make God your supplier, accept Jesus Christ and trust in God. These are Julien’s thoughts and what’s on his mind.