Have you ever faced a need in your life that was far beyond your own means to meet it? If you are struggling to meet your needs, God wants you to draw from His unlimited supply.

It’s humanly impossible to fathom the depth and range of God’s glorious storehouse. His resources are without limits, because He is the Creator of Heaven and Earth. All that we have or need comes from Him.

Whether it’s your finances, health, family, or church, you will never face a need that is beyond God’s ability to supply it. The good news is that no one has ever exhausted God’s supply, nor suffered a shortage when trusting Him.

When it comes to having your needs met, trust God as your source. As a child of God and a joint-heir with Jesus Christ, we are plugged into an unending supply of grace and favor. So never think or talk lack. Always be supply-conscious.

Scripture Focus: 

“And my God will liberally supply ([fill to the full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” – Philippians 4:19 (AMPC)

Did you know that you forfeit who God made you to be by trying to be somebody else? Perhaps one of the main reasons for living an unfulfilled life stems from trying to be something or someone you’re not.

God doesn’t create carbon copies, only originals. There is no one on the entire face of the planet with your exact fingerprint, footprint, or voiceprint. You are absolutely unique! When God made you, He broke the mold. 

The Creator of the universe made you personally and purposefully for His glory. Your gifts, talents, and personality traits were His idea. If we try to function as something other than what God had in mind for us, it will only lead to misery and frustration.

It’s your uniqueness that makes you valuable in this world. You may be often imitated, but God designed you in a way that cannot be replicated. So don’t settle for being a cheap copy of somebody else; always strive to be the best version of yourself.

Scripture Focus

“Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you. Before you were born, I set you apart for my holy purpose.” – Jeremiah‬ ‭1:5‬ ‭(GW‬‬T)

What does it mean to be grateful? Thankfully, it doesn’t mean trying to convince ourselves that everything is perfect. It doesn’t mean to deny difficulties, but to approach them from a different perspective. In essence, being grateful is about making a conscious decision to refocus our attention on what truly matters.

Regardless of where you are in your life’s journey, you have so much to be grateful for. Even with all the uncertainty and turmoil in the world today, we are truly blessed. But oftentimes, the constant demands and distractions of life give more room to complaints rather than a heart of gratitude.

The goal of gratitude is to glorify God. So in the midst of your busy schedule, I want to challenge you to express your gratitude to God for all that He has done, and continues to do in your life. While we are truly grateful for the gifts He gives, gratitude glorifies the Giver—God. It helps us to realize that all we have comes from Him.

Scripture Focus:

”Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.”– 1 Chronicles 16:34 (NLT)