“But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness,
and all these things shall be added to you.”
Food entrepreneur James Kraft made a covenant that he would first serve God and then work as God directed. He once said, “The only investment I ever made which has paid a consistently increasing dividend is the money I have given to the Lord.” Kraft gave approximately 25% of his enormous income to Christian causes for many years. Similarly, the resupply of our resources begins when we place what we already have entirely in God’s hands for Him to use. That is, we seek God’s kingdom first, and then He will meet all our needs.