God’s Provision

Dear Readers,

Luke and I were in a car accident on Friday night and thankfully none of us (including our little bitty daughter Ayealyn) was injured. However, our car was severely damaged and I am expecting that the insurance company will total the car. The downside to all this is that the car we were driving was our only reliable car (hence the reason we were driving that particular one, lol :)) and so we will be having to go through the process of replacing this car. Thankfully, we were not at fault so the other person’s insurance will pay for it. It is still an ordeal that provides the temptation for worry.

As I was relating my worries to my best friend, she was able to make some very good points how I needed to be content with however God chooses to provide for us during this time. She also later brought up how silly my worries really are because I had just finished giving thanks for Luke, my wonderful husband. I was saying how God just knew exactly what was right for me and He gave me Luke! 🙂 As I said that, she said, “See, if God can do that with the person that you are spending your life with, then can’t He do that with the car that you need?” and I know of course He can! 🙂

The thought occurred to me that if I was to parallel how God gave me Luke with how God is going to provide for us in this situation, then most likely, I will still be giving thanks for God’s provision next year and the year after that. I don’t want to limit God by throwing out a list of how He could provide, but I do want to rest in the fact that God’s provision will be exactly what we need and His provision will go above and beyond anything I could ask or think.

He will provide more than just transportation! I’m sure! He will provide a blessing for us. Just as He gave me my husband Luke as a blessing that I could not have asked for or even thought of, God will provide in this situation. He will do it again! 🙂

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About Melanie

My Being Purpose Statement: As a part of Christ's Bride and as one of His precious treasures whom He redeemed with His precious blood, I purpose in my heart to love and adore Him with all of my heart, soul, and mind (Matthew 22:37). I want to be beautiful in the sight of my Saviour, Jesus Christ. I will therefore pursue holiness (1 Peter 1:16) that I might worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (1 Chronicles 16:29, Psalms 96:9) and go and proclaim His love, sacrifice and salvation to others who have not heard that I may have the beautiful feet of them that bring glad tidings of good things (Isaiah 52:7, Romans 10:15). My Life Purpose Statement: I desire to serve my Redeemer and Savior Jesus Christ throughout my entire life by ministering to girls and women. I pray that I will be able to bring many girls and women to the Cross of Christ that they may find salvation from a loving and gracious Savior. It is my heart’s desire to encourage girls and women who know the Savior to deepen their relationship with Him and to fall more and more in love with Him. I also want to serve women by assisting them in their everyday lives whether I am rolling up my sleeves to work alongside them or am connecting them with people, ministries, and or resources that will be helpful and beneficial to them. By God’s grace and power, through His Spirit, and for His glory will I endeavor to fulfill this purpose
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One Response to God’s Provision

  1. I am so thankful for your safety! The Lord is good, and he will provide the transportation you need!

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