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Opinion: God is the Great Provider

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The universe was made by the all-knowing, all-powerful God. One of the Trinity of Godhead—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—is the Lord. He is perfect in his holiness and love. Absolutely safe and dependable is God. Only He can save us. Additionally, He is the source of all we require, and He is concerned about all of our concerns. He is aware of every need, no matter how minor, and He can provide every need, no matter how enormous.

Trust Him; He Knows What is Best for You

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He is aware of your own circumstances. He's aware of what you require. He also takes action everywhere He sees. God is involved in your life. This name of God means, "to offer what is needed; to give sustenance or support," which is the essence of the phrase "Our God is Provider."


Matthew 6:31-33. "Do not worry then, saying, 'What will we eat?' or 'What will we drink?' or 'What will we wear for clothing?' For the Gentiles eagerly seek all these things; for your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you."

He Never Leave You

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God is always there for you to sustain all your needs. God sustains His children through difficult times, as Psalm 54:4 says, “Surely God is my help; the Lord is the one who sustains me.” He strengthens, protects, encourages, and comforts. Your strength will eventually fail us, and God is the only one who can shore up our strength to endure (Psalm 18:39).


Humans are finite, meaning we only have so much strength and energy on our own. God is without limit, infinite (Psalm 90:2), and that means His strength is also without end (1 Corinthians 1:25).

Gift of Friends

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One of the best gifts that God has given us is the gift of friends. To defend you, to help you achieve your goals and objectives in life, and particularly to love you. Friendships are a reflection of so many things in our lives, including how we grow and how we spread the love of Christ to others. God places individuals in our lives—people we've never even met in person—but who He utilizes profoundly. Friendships make life so much better! It is a blessing to having friends that genuinely care about you, as Proverbs 17:17 states, "A friend loveth at all times." and who in turn you love.

Of course, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is our closest and dearest friend. He is the most loyal friend we have. His love and relationship with us have nothing to do with how wonderful of friends we are to Him, in contrast to our friendships on earth. Jesus gave His life for us even though we were such terrible sinners (John 15:13-15). And treasure the pious relationships that God has given us. They can be such a source of joy and inspiration! In our everyday stroll, they will give us comfort. Maintaining these relationships with respect and genuine expressions of gratitude. In order for our friends to develop in godliness with us, we need to be good listeners and encouragers. Help them locate God's path if necessary.


Closing Thoughts

Therefore, we must place God at the center of our lives. For without Him we are nothing in this world. He knows what is best for us, and He has a great plan for all of us that we do not know. So let us always pray and trust him always.

© 2022 Ruth Diosa