God The Provider
God is omnipotent and he is a great provider. He can provide us anything under any situation. God asked Elijah to go to the brooks of Cherith and asked to hide. There was no idea for Elijah how he will be fed as there was major famine going through the country. God, the provider miraculously brought the bread and meat to his servant every day. Every situation around Elijah seems to be odd that there is no chance of miracles which could come into his life. But God did just the opposite and He was so faithful to feed his servant even in famine. If God can use a raven to prove he is God, he can use any of your situations to bring glory. Just learn to trust God fully.
God provided everything for his Children when Moses leading them in the wilderness. God proved that He is the caretaker of them and did everything beyond their expectations. He is beside you every second and seek his face with humbleness. "And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:19
So why do you fear for your needs? Why do you stress over the foundational cares of this life while your heavenly Father is seated on his throne? The truth is that until we experience for ourselves both the goodness and power of our heavenly Father, the truth of his provision will only ever feel like a heady, theological principle. Until we experience firsthand the character and provision of our God, fear will remain.
1 John 4:18 says, "There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love." God longs to perfect you in his love today. He longs to guide you into an encounter with his goodness and power. He longs to establish a foundation of his faithfulness by which you can live in faith. We never have to go through a season apart from his perfect provision. We never have to step outside of his leadership and love. He will always be our Good Shepherd. He will always be our Sustainer. And he will always be our heavenly Father who provides. Never doubt the goodness and power of your God. Rest in his promises.