And the Lord Said to Moses, “Has the LORD’s arm been shortened? Now you shall see whether what I say will happen to you or not.” Numbers 11:23
Moses had people complaining, lot’s of people. God had provided day after day for the children of Israel while in the desert, but know they wanted meat. They craved for the delicacies that they had in Egypt. They said: “but now our whole being is dried up; there is nothing at all except this manna before our eyes!” (v 6). They did not appreciate the provision God gave them which they had before them, right in their eyes! The complaining spread among the people like powder. Scripture says that Moses heard the people weeping at the door of their tents.(v 10) The situation was so intense that even Moses questioned God. The response: you will eat meat for a whole month!
How intense is your day? Is it so intense that you get frustrated and even question God’s purpose in your life and His might? If you are going through a desert in your life, it is easy to get discouraged, I know, I’ve been there. We might even question or doubt the very thing we affirmed the day before.
God is providing every day all of our needs and sometimes we don’t realize it. We neglect the miracle He is doing right now in our lives, even when we see it before our eyes! Trust His word, seek Him. His arm has not shortened, his might is strong. He is God Our Provider, The God that is more than enough, The Beginning and the End, the I AM.
The sun he created still shines down on us at 186,000 (thousand) miles per second, since the day He said, “let there be light”. So don’t get discouraged, press on, look up and you will see that what He said, will happen. Quails came flying towards them and they were fed and satisfied. Your blessing, your deliverance, will come to you. Your God, my God, has not become weak. His arm has not shortened! So today, open your eyes because now you shall see!
“BREATHE expectantly, LIVE confidently and MOVE Boldly”
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