God Is Your Provider

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God  is the provider of all good things. Abra­ham hav­ing faith God said in Gen­e­sis 22:8; “God Him­self will pro­vide the lamb for the burnt offer­ing, my son.”
And the two of them went togeth­er. 
 
This was in response to Abraham’s sons; Isaac ask­ing his father Abra­ham what about the lamb that will be used for the sac­ri­fice?
 
Abra­ham knew God will pro­vide as he has come to know by expe­ri­ence that when God speaks and gives an instruc­tion all that is need­ed is strict obe­di­ence with­out you inter­fer­ing by help­ing God play His role.
 
Abra­ham was called out by God. He obeyed sheep­ish­ly and God made him very wealthy. Abra­ham was care­ful not to soil his hands. After this God spoke to him through the angels he attend­ed to that he would have his own son from his wife. As they were both old, Sarah found her­self help­ing by offer­ing her hand­maid which gave rise to Ish­mael, but he lacked the bless­ing as he was not the promised heir. 
 
A sin­gle inter­fer­ence though looked like a bless­ing brought a curse to human­i­ty. God not with­stand­ing brought to ful­fill­ment His words. Sarah took in for Abra­ham and they brought forth Isaac the promised heir through whom the bless­ing came. Know God the father as your provider.
 
Now Abra­ham knew from this that he need not inter­fere, prac­ti­cal­ly leav­ing his wife at home, and not being  deterred by his son’s curi­ous ques­tion went along with his son.
 
Abra­ham so showed his will­ing­ness to obey God that he tied up his son, as he rose the knife, God spoke he stopped. 
 
Abra­ham was not seek­ing to please God. Abra­ham was seemed to obey God. And at that, he didn’t have to com­mit mur­der as God is not these oth­er gods that seek blood sac­ri­fices of human beings.
 
In the entire old tes­ta­ment there was no place where God request­ed or required the blood of a human being to be sac­ri­ficed to Him. The only blood that has t be sac­ri­ficed was God’s own blood of God’s human nature which was sin­less and spot­less.
 
The truth is that when God leads you by giv­ing you direc­tion, He does not and will not lead you into sin. If you are will­ing to fol­low Him all the way, He will show you the points where sin will come in and show you the way out and the way around it such that you don’t even have to fall.
 
If you ever com­mit a sin, it is not God’s will as he is sin­less, it is the fall­en nature of man; human weak­ness com­ing into play out of not hear­ing or fol­low­ing God’s instruc­tions well.
 
Oh the graet provider. In the place of weak­ness, you will not fall when you have giv­en it all over to God and work­ing in pur­pose because God’s grace will sus­tain you. This is why you must always cry out to God in fer­vent prayers that His grace sus­tains you at all times. The good thing about it all is that, when you choose to be will­ing and take actions to obey God, God will in turn take you by hand and lead you all the way.
 
And if you are ver­bal enough with God to ask God ques­tions based on His giv­en direc­tion to you in order to under­stand more God will respond not always at your own time but at His own time by speak­ing through the Holy Spir­it of god, dif­fer­ent pieces of infor­ma­tion com­ing from the bible to form one sin­gle mean­ing, dream at night, vision, impres­sion in your mind, from preach­ers and peo­ple God sends to speak to you, from your envi­ron­ment and hap­pen­ing around you.
 
What mat­ters most here is that you know it is God. God will not bring in con­fu­sion instead, He brings clar­i­ty; clar­i­ty of pur­pose. And His words and actions are marked with right­eous­ness, (that is right­ness) you will know in your mind and soul that it is right, peace; God always admin­is­ters peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. When God speaks inner joy is acti­vat­ed the Holy Spir­it begins to accom­plish God’s words. One thing you must do is make sure you guard your inner joy in your mind and soul, because if joy is active in these areas, it will show on the phys­i­cal. Also it cre­ates an enabling envi­ron­ment for the Holy Spir­it to bring to accom­plish­ment what God has said. God is the provider of all good things’
 
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