Matthew 5:45 says, “The rain falls on the just and unjust.” We all have challenges in our life. In the most challenging times, remember God is all we need. A chapter in the Bible describes God being everything we need.
Psalms 23 Easy Ready Version: The Lord is my shepherd. I will always have everything I need.2 He gives me green pastures to lie in. He leads me by calm pools of water.3 He restores my strength. He leads me on the right path to show that he is good.4 Even if I walk through a valley as dark as the grave, I will not be afraid of any danger because you are with me. Your rod and staff comfort me.5 You prepared a meal for me in front of my enemies. You welcomed me as an honored guest. As a result, my cup is full and spilling over.6 Your goodness and mercy will be with me all my life, and I will live in the Lord’s house a long, long time.
Remind yourself during the tough times that God is all you need. Man can only do so much, but God is the Great I am, everything you need.
Isaiah 55: 1-3 says, “All you people who are thirsty, come! Here is water for you to drink. Don’t worry if you have no money. Come, eat and drink until you are full! You don’t need money. The milk and wine are free.2 Why waste your money on something that is not real food? Why should you work for something that does not satisfy you? Listen closely to me, and you will eat what is good. You will enjoy the food that satisfies your soul.3 Listen closely to what I say. Listen to me so that you will live. I will make an agreement with you that will last forever. It will be an agreement you can trust, like the one I made with David—a promise to love and be loyal to him forever.
Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you. James 4:8. God is El Shaddai. He is more than enough.
When things get tough, remember God is more than enough!
Prayer: Lord, thank you for being El Shaddai all sufficient one. Lord, you are my shepherd. I want for nothing. I come to you when I am empty, hungry, and afraid because you give me the best life offers. In Jesus’ name! Amen.