If He did it once, He can do it again. I will remember the things He has done.
How many times has He rescued me? How many times has He answered just when I’ve needed it? How many times have I wondered about how He’ll do it this time?
Today, everything’s taken care of. Comfortable? Not necessarily. But right now, I can look at this whole day and see that it’s full. Jam-packed, really. Not even enough time to do all that’s before me.
And His supply is available for this day. Everything I need for this day is taken care of. My only task now is to step out in faith, knowing He has this day ordered. I won’t get done everything on my mind, but I will get done everything on His.
So why am I concerning myself with tomorrow, next week, and next month? Why am I wondering, and feeling the accompanying anxiety about how everything’s going to get done, get taken care of, be enough…for next month, next week, tomorrow?
Hasn’t He always supplied? Aren’t I still here, after all this time? Can’t I look back and see growth in me, change for the better as I’ve trusted Him, and an increase in joy and peace? Can’t I see that what He has done is good?
Jesus is good and faithful. He has shown me favor (Ps. 85:1).
Indeed, the Lord gives what is good (Ps. 85:12). Righteousness goes before Him, and He sets me in the way of His footsteps (Ps. 85:13).
He took care of everything once. He’s taken care of everything since. He’s taking care of everything now. He will take care of everything always.