“Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?“
How deeply do you believe that your heavenly Father has provided all that you will ever need from now until the end of your days? If you believed that, then you would not worry since you know that God has taken care of it all.
If you look at the birds, their survival is indeed mysterious, because they neither sow nor reap, yet they are well fed every single day. If God could feed the birds of the sky, how much more you, whom He created in His image?
However, one thing is clear: even the birds go out to seek their food. Even though God is in charge of their welfare, they don’t remain in one position to get their food. It is only after they fly out of their nest that they will meet their food.
The question now is, if God has provided all that we need, how is it that some people still suffer? While some reasons are best known to God, some are self-inflicted, as some people have refused to rise up and do something meaningful with their lives. They keep waiting for people who will be at their rescue for food and other basic needs.
Since God has provided all that we need, we also need to move so that we can acquire all that God has planned for us. And, to do that, we need to develop a relationship with the Holy Spirit, be obedient to His instructions. This is the only place you’re guided and find supernatural abundance
Further Study: Hebrew 13:5
Charge: The question isn’t “Does God really care for me?” The real question is, “Are you listening to Him?”