Sometimes we want to see the provision in advance.
Before we step out in “faith,” we want to know we have enough: time, money, strength, ideas, training, support. We want our offerings to God and our ministry for Him to be perfect.
But in Hebrews, we’re told:
Therefore let us draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.
God helps us in our time of need—not as a stockpile for our seasons of neediness.
This is a lesson I’m learning inch by inch.
For just about a whole year before it ever happened, I worried over a “need.” My oldest daughter started middle school this September and I’ve been running over questions about the transition since last September.
When will the bus come? How will she adjust to earlier morning hours? How do…
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