Text: Luke 22:35
Memory verse:
”But that no one is justified by the law in the sight of God is evident, for “the just shall live by faith.”“
‭‭Galatians‬ ‭3‬:‭11‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

George Muller is widely considered one of the greatest men of prayer and faith in the nineteenth century. He built orphanages and provided for over ten thousand children without asking for a single donation or ever going into debt! He asked and trusted God to meet every need, taking God at His word.
Muller began to learn to exercise his faith when he first told his father of his plan to become a missionary after graduating from college. Reacting, his father stopped financing his school. Muller then asked God to support him. About an hour later, a professor knocked on his door, offering him a paid tutoring job.
After graduating from the missionary school and seeing the numerous homeless children walking about hopelessly on the streets of England, Muller felt God calling him to open an orphanage. Though he only had fifty cents, yet he was sure that God would provide for each specific need. And that was it, for God provided buildings, staff, furniture, food, money, and clothing.
On one occasion, Muller awoke to the news that the orphanage, which housed 300 children, had no food. Unruffled, he instructed the housemother to seat all the children in the dining room, and he thanked God for food, and they waited for God to provide, as He always did. Within minutes, a baker knocked at the door.
“Mr. Muller,” he confessed, “last night, I could not sleep. Somehow, I knew that you would need bread this morning. I got up and baked three batches for you. I will bring it in.”
The next knock revealed a milkman whose cart had broken down in front of the orphanage. The milk would spoil by the time the cart was fixed, the milkman explained, so would the children like some free milk? As the orphanages grew, God continued to meet their needs.
God uses ordinary people who have faith to do extraordinary things. Faith is the outstretched hand that receives what God provided in His grace. It gives you access to God’s storehouse of power. Faith is taking God at His word, and doing this, you commit Him to act on your behalf (Matt 8:8; Luke 5:5). Believing that God will do what He has promised creates a vacuum of faith, which the Holy Spirit fills with His wonders.
Friends, dare to stretch out your faith, for you serve the All-Sufficient God!

Prayer points
1. Father, You are the All-Sufficient God. Please help me to trust You for every need, in Jesus’ name.
2. I pull out the root of fear, anxiety, and doubt from my life, in Jesus’ name.

Today’s declarations
1. The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, so I will be anxious for nothing that I have committed to God.
2. I dare to believe God for the impossible because it delights God, and He is glorified by it.