Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Supply Chain

Supply Chain
-Roy Lessin, Meeting in the Meadow

There have been many stories in the news recently that have made us aware of the importance of a well operating supply chain to bring us what we need in our daily lives. The shortage of baby formula on store shelves is just one example.

There are three main connecting points in a well working supply chain:

One is the supplier.
Another is the supply.
And the other is the delivery.

Supply chains fail us when any one of these three connecting points breaks down.

The good news is that there is a supply chain in heaven that operates perfectly to bring what is in God’s heart to your heart to meet your needs.

God is the supplier.
He is the one you come to. He is the one you call upon in your time of need.

God will liberally supply your every need. Philippians 4:19A

Jesus is the supply.
All that is in God’s heart for you and all that He desires to be to you is found in His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.

according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.
Philippians 4:19B AMP

The Holy Spirit is the deliverer.
All the spiritual blessings that are in Jesus Christ are brought to you by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit travels to your heart on the highway of grace. The highway of grace is an express route. Everything He brings to you comes freely.

Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the [Holy] Spirit who is from God, so that we may know and understand the [wonderful] things freely given to us by God. 1 Corinthians 2:12 - AMP

In the heavenly supply chain…

The Father always says “yes” to what He has promised to you through His Son.

Jesus’ supply is always full.

The Holy Spirit will never miss a delivery.

In heaven’s supply chain, when you are filled with the Holy Spirit, you are filled with Jesus, and when you are filled with Jesus, you are filled with the Father’s heart of love for you.

From Him, and through Him, and to Him are all things. Romans 11:36


©2022 Roy Lessin, Meeting in the Meadow. Photo by Roy Lessin, used with permission. All rights reserved.

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