In Matt. 6:31-33 Jesus said if we seek His kingdom and His righteousness, God will supply all our needs . Here’s a beautiful story from the Old Testament to show this wasn’t a new idea when Jesus spoke it, but was documented in their history.
The signs in the world today all point to the end of the Age of Grace and to the imminent arrival of the Rapture.
Many-among them preachers of the “prosperity gospel”-believe that the focus of this verse is on receiving things, that is, that we will get whatever we ask for as long as we ask according to God’s will.
Betrayal, it is tough. It cuts like a knife and goes straight to the heart. The pain is real and sometimes it will last a lifetime.
“And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many wax shall cold.” Mathew 24:12. This seems like a simple passage, but when it is dissected it takes on a deeper meaning.