During my devotion this morning, God told me that “before the need arise, supplies will be waiting for you”. I thought it was a word for me, not until I was inspired to share it. I know you probably have needs, and some of these needs are already choking. For some people, their rent is long overdue for renewal, and now their landlord has threatened them with an eviction notice. Maybe yours is just a recurrent bill, and you’ve tried all you could to pay up. And since the pay isn’t forth coming, they’ve threatened to cut you off that service. Hey, no matter how threatening the situation may appear, God is saying to you that “BEFORE THE NEED ARISE, SUPPLIES WILL BE WAITING”. They may be on your matter in your office, but before the need arise to terminate your appointment, supplies will be waiting for you.
I remember how my former landlord issued a notice of eviction to all the tenants on his property. The same day the notice was received, a bigger apartment was waiting for me. And even though I refused to stay in the apartment I was offered, I still got another one before a court order was issued. As at the time the notice came, I had exhausted my budget, so there was nothing to rent an apartment with. But I knew according to scriptures that God always makes a way of escape in every situation. So I thought of ideas to raise money, even if I had to work for them. And guess what? I got more than enough. And that’s because supplies were waiting for me. So, if you’re in a tight corner, understand that supplies are already waiting for you, you just need to think up ideas that will help you access those waiting supplies.
That’s how far we’d go on today’s Timely Note. But take these last words; GOD WILL ALWAYS SUPPLY WHATEVER APPEARS AS A NEED TO US; WE JUST NEED TO UNDERSTAND THAT HE DOES, THEN WORK TOWARDS GETTING THOSE SUPPLIES. Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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