Many of us are familiar with that discouraging message you get when trying to make a call or send someone money only to realize that you have insufficient funds. That message that makes you feel vulnerable when you try to use your credit card or get money from an ATM machine without knowing you’ve run out of funds. This should remind us of Jesus to his disciples assuring them of the many mansions available in his Father’s house. This paints a picture of God’s inexhaustible resources and immeasurable wealth. A God who will never run out of resources or have insufficient funds. This should help us to know that while God gives us enough to carry us during different seasons, his account still has sufficient funds for our asking. As a wise and loving Father, God doesn’t give you what you don’t need or what will tempt you to be wasteful, He gives a daily bread enough for the moment but has enough supplies ready for the next assignment. We don’t need to leave on the edge as our Heavenly Father knows how to sustain his own with his immeasurable wealth. ATM machines can run out of cash but our God will never run out of resources. The Scriptures says He is a God who causes us to live in houses that we did not build and drink water from wells we did not dig. He is known to even use ravens to sustain his own in famine and although young lions can go hungry, those who fear God lack nothing good. Where are you feeling limited? Where is fear of limited resources stressing you and holding you back? If your assignment is of God, the God of the vision always sends provisions. In your Father’s house are many mansions more than you’ll ever need. When the time is ripe and the mission is ready, you won’t understand how gracious in provision our Heavenly Father will do it. Use what you have now and when it’s over, wait for the next assignment.
““Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.” John 14:1-2 NKJV
Last modified: June 17, 2020