When I first got to college, money was very tight. Since I am still living at home, I've spent most of my meals there and not payed much for anything else. The first year I had an abundance of money from the one-time scholarships that I got. It was enough for me to sure that I could pay for my expenses.

But as the second year rolled around, I didn't get as much, and I was very worried that I would not be able to pay for school. This made me very anxious, and I really wanted to get a job to pay for summer school, which I was planning on taking. But God spoke to me and told me not to get one. He reminded me that he was my provider, not money. I was very hesitant, and still anxious. I did as He asked, but I sure didn't like it.

By the end of the second semester, about when summer school was about to start, God showed me why He had wanted me to wait. I got an invitation to join a research group in Computer Vision here at UCF. If I had had a job at the time, I would never have been able to do that. This research also provided me with enough money to pay for everything that I needed during that summer. I don't think I could ever doubt God about money again.

If you are a Christian, do you doubt God's provision? Why?
Matthew 6 is very clear about this:
Do not worry, saying, "What shall we eat?" or "What shall we drink?" or "What shall we wear?" . . . For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things (Mt. 6:31-32).