During my time in Kenya, I gained a new perspective on God’s provision. God showed me how He provides. He provides in ways that a lot of times I think we completely miss. Our world has often skipped over what true provision means. Provision does not mean that we have all the physical things we want or even think we need. In Kenya, I experienced children truly depending on Him every single day. I believe when we don’t know if our physical needs will be met tomorrow, Jesus becomes our only hope and therefore deepens our relationship with Him. Don’t get me wrong, it breaks our Father’s heart when our physical needs are met, but it’s a result of sin in the world and God is going to use it to bring His ultimate glory. I am convinced that provision is what Jesus tells us it is. Provision is the assurance that our King will never leave us nor forsake us.