God's Provision

snow rvingGiven that Colorado winters aren't exactly ideal for RVing, we knew that things would likely be a bit lean since my husband does mobile RV service. But he's been fairly busy and things were still going okay until the past few weeks when the income began to significantly slip. However, we know that God is faithful and He will provide for us. He always has.

I need to transfer money to another account today to cover our life and auto insurance payments. The only problem is that we don't really have enough to accommodate those withdrawals and we thought we may have to get a cash advance on the credit card. An option we didn't want to have to utilize. Although a less than stellar choice, it's still better than bounced payments and canceled insurance.

So he calls me a few minutes ago to let me know that he got the second check for a job that he did awhile back. We thought he wouldn't receive this payment until next month!

Insurance payments? $292.00

Today's check? $350-something

Fill hubby's truck with gas, so he can work? $50-ish

Seeing God's hand in our lives? Priceless.

"Therefore do not worry, saying, 'What shall we eat?' or 'What shall we drink?' or 'What shall we wear?' For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble." Matthew 6:31-34


HisFireFly said...

I come back to Matthew 6:31-34 again and again.

Thanks for the awesome testimony you shared here about a God Who cares for us in wonderful and surprising ways.

If He is for us, who shall be against us?

The dB family said...

Thank you for sharing with us God's faithfulness! What a beautiful testimony and a reminder that God's Word is Truth!

Have a blessed weekend!

Renae said...

Yeah! I'm rejoicing with you. Thanks for sharing God's provisions. He is faithful!

Sallie said...

Diane -- We went home to take care of my parents and found out things were worse than just medically. I thank God for His provisions in other areas of our lives making it possible for us to cash out some money we had saved. My parents have their gas tanked filled for the winter, freezer and cupboards full and overflowing with enough to get them through several months, and other bills paid as well. That was all God and we are so thankful for His good timing!!!

He always takes care of us, doesn't He?!

carmilevy said...

I've got to believe that good things always happen to good people. You've just validated my belief. Again (you always do!)

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