Praise God for His provision today trusting Him for the needs of tomorrow.
Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. (Matthew 6:34 KJV)
Often man is defeated and deflated as he contemplates tomorrow. Many fail to live for today in the entire twenty four hours allotted; people often trade in their circumstances of today for unnecessary worrying about what is looming on the horizon for tomorrow; bringing tomorrow’s cares into what is left of today. God gives us one day at a time, even one minute at a time, to live for His glory and honor.
Each day is filled with its own evil and trouble; but for those people who profess a personal relationship with Jesus Christ seeking Him for their needs God gives provision and resources, minute by minute, to spiritually and physically combat whatever we face each day. God provided manna for the Israelite’s along with quail and water to satisfy daily needs; keeping them filled throughout their long journey to the Promised Land.
God will be in your tomorrow with enough provision to take care of needs of that day as you seek Him in faith today humbly for all your need and heart-felt desires.
The Bible says:
And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. (Matthew 21:22 KJV)
The key to asking God in prayer is to believe in faith He will provide, according to His will, as we pray without wavering or harboring doubt. We must learn to live according to God’s will and timing; not according to feelings or what we can see and hear happening about us because our limited perspective from earth is not comparable to God’s supernatural perfect viewpoint from heaven. Our limited human understanding cannot begin to comprehend a situation as God does.
We can wholeheartedly place our trust in God; allowing Him to work in tomorrow. This is where spiritual rubber meets the road: we place our trust in Him, allowing Him to have control of our life according to His will.