We have made it a point to let it be known that God, from the Son unto the Father, is the one in who we trust to supply all of our needs. It is not the great job in which you see us with, or the great abilities in the arts, the sports, and the film industries in which we trust our provisions to come from; but it is from the Lord in which our help comes. Psalm 121:1-2, I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. 2 My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. You see, we may have lifted up our eyes every morning to clock in at that great job; or to show our abilities to perform when the clock started, the que was given, and action was said. However, it was the Lord in which we saw making a way for us through those means in order to make passage for our help from him, to make it to us: our help cometh from the Lord. The main reason in which you want to make sure that you run your offense plays, or your help plays through the Lord, is to make sure that the Lord is the one always in back of your current help plan to connect you to another help plan, if and when that hill runs out. The thing that gives us so much confidence as we run our plays to get our help through whatever our hill maybe, is that we know who’s behind the hill. The hill may run out, but the one behind the hill will not run out; for when the particular hill runs out, the Lord will just run us over to the next hill in which he will also be behind whence cometh our help. Is That Provision For Me, Father?
When we do run into a time where the hill may not show the provisions as quickly as we may need them, we can then use those times to learn to trust that God’s provision for us is there even when we don’t see them standing on the hill in front of us. This is also a time for training, and showing that we know what to do when the provisions are not on the hill in which we have been lifting up our eyes unto. We need to establish while in training that the hill that we look unto is not one, and the same as the Lord. The hill is just like you and me: the Lord has called the hill into his service to be a means to do his Will, so that he can send us the provisions that we need. So what is it that one wants to learn from the hill training? Well, what we want to learn from the hill training is that if the hill is out of service today, don’t sit around waiting on the repairman to come service the hill today. It could be a temporary thing, and it could be back up to service your regular provisions the next time that you lift up your eyes unto it. However, as for this very moment when you look up for your provisions, just don’t look up to see the hill in the same way as you have always looked up at it. No, you want to not just see the hill, but you want to see what else is close by the hill. The Lord is going to give you your provisions, but he is going to have to give them to you in a different way. We hear it said all the time, that we can’t see the forest for the trees. The Lord is going to supply you your provisions, but you have to see what else can be done with this hill that the Lord can use. There will be adjustments that can be made on the hill. Hills are not as difficult to climb like mountains, and they allow you to see what else is there nearby to be used to receive provisions. The provision that you see, may be the one for you, but it may require that you look at it in a different way, or change the way that you come at it for it to be the provision for you. We just always need to separate the hill from the Lord; and this way any hill that the Lord need to use, we can again lift up our eyes to the Lord, where ever he chooses our help to be. Is That Provision For Me, Father?
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.