Dream and Provision are two different things. Having a dream does not guarantee provision need to accomplish it. I have seen quite many people who started well in life with great dreams, but at a point they gave up. Why? They lack provision.


In the first place, you don’t need provision before you need to have a dream. But of course, you will need provision, supplies, resources and certain equipping to bring your dream to reality. It is then important to understand how to guarantee the supplies or provisions needed to accomplish your dream.

Let me ask you. Are you also in a situation that seems you are getting disturbed because you don’t have the necessary provision to accomplish your dream? You might have even abandoned a particular project you have dreamt of completing this month or before we finish the first quarter of this year because you lack provision. Don’t conclude too soon. I believe it is too early to start giving up on your dreams. And my reason is this: If you can start moving forward towards the direction of your dream, provision will not be a barrier.

…You say to God, “I have never seen you provide for me.”
God says to you, “You have never trusted Me.
― Corallie Buchanan

There is a known secret about provision. It is not what you seek; rather it is what you attract. Provision doesn’t come to those who sit doing nothing. Provision is attracted by making a forward motion. Forward motion attracts provision. It only comes to those who don’t wait to have it before they make moves. A bold step towards the direction of your dream is what you need to attract provision.

The best way to handle life, is to put your life in God’s hands.
― Anthony Liccione

It may sound foolish, but it will bring fruits. It is our forward motion in pursuing our dreams that we attract provision. Don’t wait anymore. Make a forward motion. Take another step. Make another attempt. Believe that God will supply your needs according to His riches in glory through Christ Jesus our Lord. Then, expect provision to greet you.

The size of a challenge should never be measured by what we have to offer. It will never be enough. Furthermore, provision is God’s responsibility, not ours. We are merely called to commit what we have – even if it’s no more than a sack lunch.
― Charles R. Swindoll

“And the people of Israel went into the midst of the sea on dry ground, the waters being a wall to them on their right hand and on their left.” (Exodus 14:22)


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