“What's In Your Cup?” (I Kings 17:16) The bin of flour was not used up, nor did the jar of oil run dry, according to the word of the Lord which He spoke by Elijah.
"I come to God with my cup of confusion and worry. He's the One who takes that cup, empties it, and then pours it full of quietness and peace (Author, Emilie Barnes). There is also a beautiful song that says, “Fill my cup, Lord. I lift it up Lord. Come & quench this thirsting of my soul. Bread of Heaven feed me till I want no more. Fill my cup, Lord. Fill it up & make me whole.”
"In His graciousness, God wants you to know today that the universal concept of "Causality" is working on your behalf. Causality suggests that to everything there is a cause and there is an effect. Because you praise Him the way that you do, the effect is that the ravens are coming. Because you have sown even though you were at the end of your own supply, He wants you to take courage for the widow woman is out picking up sticks and gathering vases. Selah.
Master, touch me that I might have my faith increased even more to trust in Your Holy name and wait on Your precious promises. Amen.