Whatever your darkness is, will you put your trust in the Lord? You say that is not my darkness. We live in a day when economic collapse is on every side. We live in a day of high-pressured work. We are forever wondering how we will make it from one day to the next. An economic darkness is pressuring people on every side. I still insist on demystifying the things of God, that God provided for every darkness.

“Let him trust in the name of the LORD”: Jehovah-jireh, the Lord will provide. God has never promised me riches, but God’s Word says that the Lord is the Lord who will provide. A lot of years I thought I wouldn’t make it, but here I am. The Lord will provide.

People don’t have nervous breakdowns over today’s problems; it is what you think you are going to face tomorrow. God’s Word said, “As thy days, so shall thy strength be.” (Deuteronomy 33:25) Years ago, I made it a premise of my life, no matter how badly I want to quit, to never quit at the end of the day: “As thy days, so shall thy strength be.” At the end of the day it is gone. And the promise is precise, “As thy days.” If you have got a big problem, big strength; a little problem, little strength.

“As thy days…”: He measures out your strength.