Yes! It is a blessing to have all our needs met by The Creator of ALL things! Which is a promise that is met!
The first Created Man was placed in the garden of Eden – The Lord then planted a garden in Eden, with “every tree that is pleasant for the sight and good for food,” and in this garden “he put the man whom he had formed” so that Adam could dwell there and find nourishment (Genesis 2:8-9).
Leader of the cherubim and representive of the splendour of God. Believed to be the archangel armed with a flaming sword who drove Adam and Eve out of Eden and guarded the gate to prevent their re-entry. He protects those who seek the truth.
For the Lord God had not caused it to rain, and there was no man to till the ground (Genesis 2:5).
Some say these verses teach that it did not rain until the time of the Flood. The earth was watered by a mist until the Flood waters came down. The water source for the Flood, it is argued, are the waters above spoken of in Genesis 1:6,7. They had been stored up since day two of creation. God did not open these floodgates until He destroyed the world in the days of Noah (Genesis 7:11). Until that time the people had never seen it rain.
Donald B. DeYoung presents the case of no rain before the Flood.
The rain falling on the roof of the ark may have been the very first rainstorm on earth. Several lines of biblical evidence of this exist:
1.No mention is made of rain on the earth until the Flood (Gen. 7:4,12). The original earth and the Garden of Eden were watered by streams, rivers, and mist instead of by rain (Genesis 2:5,6,10). These sources may have been replenished from groundwater. Humidity and mist are still effective today in watering plants. Part of Adam’s responsibility in the garden may have been to provide irrigation for the vegetation (Gen. 2:15).
2.The vapor canopy that may have existed prior to the Flood would have greatly affected climate. It could have ruled out rain showers. With a uniform temperature over the entire earth, there would not have been significant high and low pressure regions that produce storms today. From the moment the canopy collapsed, rain would then become an everyday experience.
3.The rainbow represents a special covenant or promise of protection from another worldwide flood. The rainbow’s appearance to Noah may have been its first occurrence in the sky (Gen. 9:8-17). Typical raindrops of sufficient size to cause a rainbow require atmosphere instability. Prior to the Flood, weather conditions were probably very stable.
If the earth did not experience rain before the Flood, then Noah’s ark-building must have appeared especially foolish to his critics. Likewise, the faith of Noah described in Hebrews 11:7 was especially strong. Noah was warned about things not seen, which is perhaps a further indication that rain was not part of humanity’s early experience. Even with this accumulated evidence, a final authoritative answer to this question of pre-Flood rain is not known (Donald B. DeYoung, Weather and The Bible, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1992, pp. 112,113).
God provided for Abram: Abraham says, “God will provide the sacrifice.” Not only did God provide a ram as a sacrifice for Abraham, but He provided a lasting sacrifice through His Son — for Abraham, and for all of us.
The Isrealites – Manna (Hebrew: מָן, romanized: mān, Greek: μάννα; Arabic: اَلْمَنُّ; sometimes or archaically spelled mana) is, according to the Bible, an edible substance which God provided for the Israelites during their travels in the desert during the 40-year period following the Exodus and prior to the conquest of Canaan. Exodus 16:35 The Israelites ate manna forty years, until they came to a land that was settled; they ate manna until they reached the border of Canaan
We could go on in His-Story! God promises to provide what we need (Philippians 4:19, Matthew 6:31-32). He created the universe and gives food to every living thing — including you and me. The same God who provides food for the animals will not allow us to go without (Psalm 145:15-16, Luke 12:24-26).
Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on Earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal, but lay up for yourselves treasures in Heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
Ecc 12:13 The man’s duty: fearing God and keeping His commandments. Joe 2:28 Young and old men will have prophecies, dreams and visions. 1Co 11:3 The male’s position over his wife and under Christ. Eph 5:25-33 The husband shall love his wife as Christ loves the church.
And we pray:
Father, You Provide ALL my needs according to Your riches in endless glory. “You can be sure that God will take care of everything you need, His generosity exceeding even yours in the glory that pours from Jesus.” (Philippians 4:19, MSG). Hallelujah to my Creator Who Provides all my needs and from Whom, I am blessed with my wants as I am hidden in His Word and promises. Thank You endlessly Father, Amen.