So Abraham named that place The Lord Provides. Even today people say, “On the mountain of the Lord it will be provided.” Genesis 22:14Got a story to share about God’s provision in your life?
I met Chris Beall just over 17 years ago. We’ve been through a gamut of financial seasons together. From purchasing some of our groceries on my mom’s Diamond Shamrock credit card to having an excess of funds at the end of the month. We’ve seen plenty and we’ve seen want. I remember days when we had $10 leftover to last us through the rest of the month. I remember days when we scrounged around looking for loose change to make a quick trip to Taco Bell. I remember wondering how in the world we were going to afford new tires. We’re older and wiser now. We don’t spend everything we make and haven’t for years. So, because of that, we have an excess of funds each month. Funds that we put away for a rainy day or vacations or giving to those in need. And that is a lot of fun. But today, I am reminding myself that even though I am not crying out to God because I don’t know how I’ll feed my children today, He is still my provider. He is still my Jehovah Jireh.