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God Is All You Need!

I've been on Facebook a lot lately, liking more and more religious pages and bloggers. I think it's actually a great way to stay in touch and keep things up to date.  But as I was on there today, just moments ago I had seen a picture. A picture with a beautiful saying on it. ( Sadly it was ruined with the typical FaceBook thing: Like, Comment and Share if you believe this! )  Anyways, this beautiful saying on this picture was: 

If God Is all You Have:
You Have All You Need.

I think there is to many of us, that think God isn't enough. That we need more than God to survive. That God isn't that great. That God won't keep his promises. That we need to do thing all on our own. That's another big thing, we all want to do things on our own, not get any help. We all want to do by our selves. 

But the thing is, we need God. God is really that Great. He is the one the can fill us with an abundance of grace and forgiveness. He is enough. If everything else in our lives goes, and we only have God, well then we have EVERYTHING. Don't believe me then read Matthew 6: 25-34 to find out for your self. 

"Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?"
Matthew 6: 25

God is all we need. He is that great. He will give us everything we need in our daily lives.  He will supply all that we will ever need or want. 

So, if that's the case why do we worry so much? 

Why can't we see the blessing of today, instead of worrying about tomorrow? 

We have to TRUST God. We have to have FAITH, that he will indeed supply for tomorrow. God supplied Manna in the desert for 40 years for the Israelites. If they tried saving it it would spoil. To teach them that God will indeed supply for tomorrow.

 God is waiting for us to recognize  today's blessings. He want's us to see what he is doing for us today. When we see that, we won't have to worry about  tomorrow, he is taking care of it. 

Isn't it great to have a God that is looking out for us every moment of everyday? I think So!  

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