Philippians 4:19, “My God shall supply all your needs…”. In this verse, you find the words ”My God,” What does that mean? I know people that have lived for years in the state of Texas but have never ventured outside of the small town in which they live. They drive to the same stores, go down the same roads, see the same sights, buildings and houses and repeat the process week after week, so when they say “My State,” their only concept is a tiny geographical area. They’ve never seen the Texas State Capital, never driven through the cities of Houston, Austin, Dallas, or San Antonio. To them, “My State” represents something minimal.

When the Bible says, “My God, shall supply all your needs,” it meant that He was significant enough to cover every aspect of your life. Our God is a big God who created this universe. When you say, “My God,” think Big! When “My God” becomes bigger than my needs, it means the fear and worry of life is taken away. That doesn’t mean that I’ll be trouble-free, but it does mean that God will supply the strength and resources needed to face life’s challenges. When we say “My God,” it should lift us to His level of life, instead of us reducing Him to our low level. Remember that God made us in His image, so never reduce Him to yours. When you say “My God,” you are expressing that He is big enough for whatever you face.

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  1. Blast from the past, remembering you all the way back to Isleta. Even bible school, hunting and fishing. I pray for you and Ginger.

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