One of my students was shopping with her little nephew. The child clamored for a toy, which she told him she could not afford to buy.
She realized suddenly that she was seeking lack, and not recognizing God as her supply!
So she bought the toy, and on her way home, picked up, in the street, the exact amount of money she had paid for it.
Man’s supply is inexhaustible and unfailing when fully trusted, but faith or trust must precede the demonstration.
“According to your faith be it unto you.” “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen—”for faith holds the vision steady, and the adverse pictures are dissolved and dissipated, and “in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”