Romans 8:31-32 31 What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? 32 He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things?
“Paul appears to be saying that in the same way that Abraham’s commitment to the Lord was exhibited by his readiness to give even his son, so the Father’s commitment to the human race was clearly expressed in His readiness to give his only Son. This being the case, it is reasonable for believers to assume that God, having given the greatest, will not fail ‘to give us all things’ (v. 32 ), for what could God give that would approach the cost of Calvary?” [The Preacher’s Commentary, Romans, Kindle]
God’s provisions are not limited to material things. Jesus tells us in John 10:10, he came to give us a rich and satisfying life. God will give us all that we need to experience the abundance of life in Jesus.
Let’s spend some time in prayer using this prayer as a guide.
“Lord, I trust that you will always provide all that I need to have the greatest joy, pleasure, happiness and fulfillment. I am not afraid of giving you my all – serving, sacrificing, giving my life as a blessing to others. You will always provide for me. In Jesus’ name, amen.” [P. Jason P.’s message]