MARCH 31, SUNDAY
MY SUFFICIENT FATHER
MAIN TEXT: Matthew 6:32 “For those after all these things do the Gentiles seek; for your heavenly father knowth that ye have need of all these things”.
Philippians 4:19:“But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus”.
Praise the Lord for the grace to enjoy spiritual sonship in Christ Jesus. A Christian is a joint-heir with Christ, in other words the inheritance of Christ are yours’ to enjoy too. Today’s subject is a personal one, it reads “My sufficient father”.
There are those times we can chorus and say “our father” is this, but today’s own is my father. The question to answer is this, is God your father? If your answer is yes then relax God is in control because he made the heavens and the earth and all that is in it. So if your father is this God, then you should not panic. To be sufficient means being capable of meeting obligations and responsibilities. It means being able to provide adequate needs.
In other words, our God is capable of giving us all expectations from him. What he has is so much for everybody in the world. He can feed and over feed the population of this world, about 8billion people and these will be surplus.
When Jesus Christ fed both the five thousand and four thousand people, it is recorded that they ate to satisfaction and there were left overs.
Even through the wilderness as God fed the children of Israel with manna, it satisfied the people and there were leftovers. God assures us that he will be the supplier of all our needs. Our duty is to be where he will see us and make the provisions.
In the feeding of the multitude and Israelites, those that were outside the place of provision did not partake of it though they will hear later. Obedience and patience with God settles the case.
DO NOT ACCEPT FAILURE, YOUR FATHER IS ABLE.BY BISHOP NGOZI DURUEKE (HE REIGNS CHAPEL INTERNATIONAL) To send your testimony, write us: firstname.lastname@example.org.