This season’s trials, tribulations, judgments, and prophesy unfolding is going to push your faith to a point that feels like its “limit.” But that’s just it. There are no limits in relentless faith. Money looks really short in the natural. Jehovah owns every resource you need. Yeshua can tell you to go to the most unlikely places for you to get money to pay what you owe. Jesus replied, “But we don’t want to cause trouble. So go cast a line into the lake and pull out the first fish you hook. Open its mouth, and you will find a coin. Use it to pay your taxes and mine.” A fish’s mouth? Yes. Even though Yeshua gave up his wealth so that through His poverty we can be rich, He could still access resources through Jehovah the Father. We have the same access to the resources we need. We just need to ask Jehovah the Father, through Yeshua where to go get the money.
We’re still looking at the five loaves and two fish instead of the access that our Father has to all the bread and fish in the earth. After Yeshua fed the multitude, the disciples STILL didn’t get it. They forgot to take some bread and fish for themselves after the feast with the multitudes. When the disciples reached the other side of the sea, they realized that they had forgotten to bring bread and began to discuss it among themselves. Yeshua said, “You men of little faith.” Let’s stop talking about the bread we don’t have. We have unrelenting faith all the way up to and beyond the eviction notice; all the way to and beyond the bankruptcy; all the way up to and beyond the pink slip. Relentless faith never ends and it shouldn’t because Jehovah’s resources never ends. He can send for another man’s donkey because He has use of it. He owns it all. Tell Him what you need and wait with expectancy for Him to do it. If there are lessons that have to be learned, learn them with relentless faith. If there are tests that you have to go through, pass them with relentless faith. If there are losses that you have to suffer, suffer them with relentless faith. You will be tested and tried until you feel like you will bleed this season but Jehovah desires our bold and relentless faith. Worrying won’t add one hair on your head. We may as well trust Him with everything in us to the point of no return.