"And my God will meet all your need according to the glorious riches of His glory in Christ Jesus." (Philippians 4:19, emphasis mine)These words are a powerful declaration of truth. But they're also sometimes hard words to live by.
There are two small, but incredibly powerful words in this verse:
Paul doesn't say that God might meet some of our needs. He says that God WILL meet ALL or our needs.
I think we sometimes struggle with this because we don't see God giving us what we want in the moment, or providing for us in the way we think He should. In those times, it can be hard to believe that God is doing what this verse says.
God will meet our needs, but maybe not the way we expect or the way we want Him to. We may see something as a need, when God sees it as a want and know it's better for us if He doesn't supply it.
These words challenge me: Do I believe them? Even when it doesn't look like I expect?
We can be sure that God will never leave us without something we need to live the life He has for us.