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Receiving God's supply

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In this care group session, join our GRCO pastor, Pastor Josh Holohan, and his wife, Lindsay Holohan, as they talk more about the topic: Receiving God’s Supply.

Take part in this digital care group session on your own or together with your friends and family. In this care group session, we also partook of the Holy Communion together so be sure to grab your elements as we partake in remembrance of the Lord together.

Feel free to use this guide to follow the conversation with our pastors, use it for your own personal time of study, or to facilitate more conversations with your community.

Key scriptures:

  • 1 Peter 5:7
  • Philippians 4:6–8 (AMPC)
  • Genesis 14:18 (AMPC)

1. God’s supply flows unobstructed in the worry-free areas of your life

At the cross, Jesus paid the price for our healing, provision, and peace, and He paid for God’s heavenly supply to flow into every area of our lives.

Today, being under grace means being constantly under God’s supply! But in the face of worry and our own attempts to manage whatever challenge or situation in our own strength, it can be hard to receive what God is already supplying.

Talk it over: What is one area in your life that you find really hard to not worry about?

  1. See a picture of pliable pipes from heaven above you where the Lord is constantly supplying His grace to you. There is a pipe for healing, a pipe for provision, a pipe for relationships, a pipe for marriage, and so on.
  2. When we strive, struggle, and worry about a situation, we’re gripping the pipe tighter and that constricts the flow of God’s supply into the different areas of our lives.
  3. The reverse is true: The more we let go of our worries to the Lord, and start trusting Him in prayer, the more we’re loosening our grip on the pipe, and the more we’ll see God’s grace and power flow into and at work in every situation!

God is always supplying by His grace; our part is to let go and let His provision flow.

2. Focus on receiving from the Lord and see worry lose its hold on you

It is not about constantly telling yourself, “Stop worrying!” You cannot psych yourself out of fear and worry and you cannot let not your heart be troubled by your own strength.

The worrying only stops when you know that the Lord is with you and He cares for you (1 Peter 5:7). It becomes easy to let go of your cares and worries, and leave them in His hands because you know the One who cares greatly for you is also all-powerful and able to provide for you in every single area of your life.

When we choose to focus on the Lord and His constant supply, we are able to let go of every worry and care, and experience His supply flowing into every area of our lives.

3. Practical ways to receive God’s supply

A powerful way we can practically receive God’s supply is by partaking of the Lord’s Supper.

“The holy Communion is God’s delivery system by which every good provision and healing that Christ bought for us at the cross is released into our lives.” — Pastor Prince

Just as Melchizedek brought the bread and wine to Abraham (Gen. 14:18 AMPC), every time you partake of the Communion, see Jesus, your heavenly Melchizedek, bringing the bread and the wine to you. See Him bringing provision, health, peace, and success to you.

4. Own the Word

During this care group, Pastor Josh shared this powerful quote from Pastor Prince, “Many people are guarding their finances, careers, children, health and so on. But the Lord does not want us to guard these things. Instead, He wants us to guard our hearts.”

We learned that one of the best ways we can guard our heart is to guard it with what God says in His Word. God’s Word is His supply. In it lies all God’s promises of provision, healing, and peace and that is why it is vital and crucial to receive and stay in God’s Word every single day.

There is power when we meditate on the words of our Lord.

  • Dive into God’s Word and look for the many faith pictures that are found in His Word. Take some time to list them in your journal even as you tell the Lord about the worries and cares that you have.
  • When you find yourself riddled with fear or worry, begin to speak out His promises over yourself and your family. You can also say this out loud, “Lord Jesus, I choose to put my faith in You and Your finished work. I cannot, but You can. I trust in You. Right now, I choose to let go and release all my worries, fears, stress, and anxieties into Your hands because I know You love me and You care for me.

Check out these additional resources:

  • How You Can Experience God’s Grace Every Day [Video]
  • 10 Truths to Set You Free From Fear And Worry [Video]
  • Facing A Lack? 6 Things God Wants You To Know Today [Video]
  • The Power Of The Holy Communion [Article]

Questions about this topic

Do you have a question that you would like answered from this care group session? Here are some thoughts from the team that we would like to share.
  • Isn’t it irresponsible for me to not care and to let go of my worries?

Letting go of your worries is not an irresponsible act. In fact, it is the most powerful thing you can do when you let them go into the hands of the One who created the universe! You are acknowledging that you cannot, but He can, and stepping aside so that His supply can flow into every area of your life.

When you choose to allow the Lord to take over, you are making the decision to be still and to let Him be God (Ps. 46:10).

Jesus Himself said in Luke 12:25 AMP, “And which of you by worrying can add one hour to his life’s span?” All your worrying cannot change the situation and it cannot add one moment to your life. In fact, it steals many precious moments from you. Moments to enjoy your loved ones. Moments to appreciate the beauty all around you. Moments to be thankful for all the things the Lord has done for you.

When you come to Jesus, you can let go, and trust that He will take care of you and your situation, and He will carry you through.

Today, you can afford to stop worrying and live carefree in the care of your heavenly Father because Jesus has paid the price for your provision and your peace!

  • I’m in dire need of God’s provision. I’ve prayed about my situation, but nothing seems to be happening. How can I see His provision?

Be strengthened and encouraged to know that your heavenly Father loves you, cares deeply for you, and wants to supply all your needs (Philippians 4:19). Today, you can look to Him for His provision because on the cross, Jesus bore all your sins on His own body and gave you His own righteousness. This righteousness is a gift—it cannot be earned or lost—and knowing that you now stand righteous before God allows you to confidently expect to receive from Him exceedingly abundantly above all you can ask or think (Eph. 3:20).

So as you continue to trust the Lord to provide the breakthrough that you need today, don’t focus on your lack. Focus instead on the Lord’s love toward you and what He has accomplished for you on the cross. Meditate on how Jesus died poor, not having even a loincloth to cover His modesty, so that today, you “through His poverty might become rich” (2 Cor. 8:9).

And as you do, believe that the Lord is supplying you with wisdom to make wise and sound decisions (James 1:5). See Him surrounding you with His favor (Ps. 5:12) so that the right people and good circumstances are attracted to you. Believe that He is ordering your steps so that you are being brought to a broad place of abundance (Ps. 18:19).
We encourage you to rest in what Christ has already done for you. That is how God’s abundant supply comes, and that is how you shall walk in His provision for every need and reign over every circumstance of lack and insufficiency.

  • How do I partake of the Holy Communion? What do I need to prepare?

Besides being born again in Christ, a healthy body and mind are the greatest blessings anyone can have. And the Holy Communion is God’s ordained channel of healing and wholeness.

The Holy Communion is not a ritual to be observed, but a blessing to be received. The Communion is about God’s love for you and it is about His power to heal and to deliver you from every disease and sickness.

And because it is not a ritual, there is no one type of bread or special drink that you need to use. Jesus Himself used whatever bread and drink were at the table during the Last Supper.

In fact, the word “communion” is defined as intimate fellowship and when you partake of it, you are in fact, having a time of intimate fellowship with your Savior!

Check out this video where Pastor Prince shares on, and leads us in a time of partaking the Holy Communion:

  • Release God’s Healing Power Through The Holy Communion [video]

Other resources:

  • What Was Done in Love for You at the Cross [video]


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WOW! MY kids are 50 and 52 and …..still worrying! : D They went to a Christian school, but without a Godly father (in fact, they have an ungodly father for example, sadly) they have gone far from the Lord, and, this Mother struggles to be an influence in their lives at their age. It takes lots of prayer, and listening to Pastor Prince 7 mornings a week and then some!

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Bartow, Florda
Karis Funk

God is softening my heart through today’s care group. This was so helpful for me. Pastor John’s comment “God’s hands are bigger and His heart is bigger” – wow. It brought me to tears. I’m very slowly starting to release my grip on my worries and that comment was a huge push for me. My inheritence in Christ is beautiful <3

City, State
Las Cruces, New Mexico

Thank you thank you for your anointed prayer and message. I was greatly encouraged by your illustration that during the waiting while the seed is underground, even though I can’t see the life germinating in it, God’s sunshine and fertilizer are helping it grow so when the time is right I will see the little green sprout. Tears came to my eyes and I was reminded again that God loves me so and has amazing plans for me. Blessings to you. You share Papa God’s heart so well.

City, State
Montrose, CO
Holder Peter

Wow! I can’t get enough of this powerful truth from God through these wonderful pastors. I am really blessed, encouraged, lifted up and my faith in God grows more and more each time I get to hear practical revelations like this. I just joined recently and I wish I had joined this care group earlier. Am So blessed and privileged to be here

City, State

Excited to see the Bible Group Discussion- I love Pastor Prince and enjoyed the first one I had listened to on-demand

City, State
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Clyde Smith

Excellent Service. So glad I was able to take part in this worship service today and to take God’s Holy Communion as well. God bless you all at GRC. We love you for putting this GRC Opportunity together Pastor Prince and First Lady Wendy. Your Team is doing a great job for Our Lord Jesus and the Gospel.

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Sumter, South Carolina
Roshan Easo

From South Houston Pearland

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Dana Alderman

I am so happy to join.

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June Patterson

Glad for the lifeline. Thanks.

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City, State

Thank for your encouragement , teaching, and prayer. God Bless you.

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palm bay , florida
Marylyn Hurdle

GM! I was on line today with the digital care group with Ken and LeAnn and really enjoyed how the spirit of God spoke through both of them through their prayers, communion, and conversation. The conversation about worrying stood out to me and I want to share because we want to eat the fruit of our words. We know it is Important to pay attention to what we’re saying about ourselves , our family, our finances, and our health. Post on your mirror and your refrigerator God’s Word and His promises for you. Let’s all get in a habit of speaking victory over our life. I am Blessed, I am Strong, I am healthy, I am surrounded by Favor, Something good is going to happen to me. Speak it out and give Life to your Faith. Father, thank you, you’re fighting my battles, thank you that what was ment for harm, your turning it to my good. Use your words to change the situation. Verbalize the positive and say what God say about you. I can do all things through Christ, I am strong in the Lord, I am equipped, I am empowered, I am anointed, people like me, people are drawn to me, Keep speaking victory and keep calling yourself who God say you are, keep declaring your children are mighty in the land and it will take root on the inside and over time you will start to feel strong, confident and well able. Even though your tongue is a small part of your body, it’s steering your life. Thank you Pastor Prince, you and your family for living a Godly life and taking out time to feed us God’s Word. When we continue to eat the fruit of God’s Word we will see more Favor, new doors opening and God taking us where we never imagined. We Love and Highly Bless you, your family and your ministry. You are a Blessed man, Loved by God and doing Great things for more than you can imagine.

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Chesapeake Va.
Lyric McCree

I became a Foster Parent 6months ago to my beautiful baby girl Serenity. I have had so many moments where it just seemed like, I didn’t have enough, wouldn’t have enough, and even that I AM NOT ENOUGH. Not only is the Lord consistently providing for us, He is helping me to trust Him more with her and myself. I have had to really believe God and know that in His word, He said what He said and He won’t take it back. Practicing His presence has been key and helping me to remember that He is with me and He is for me. He TRULY is our SUPPLY! I praise God for this Ministry!

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Long Beach, CA

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I love these digital group sessions! Of the many take-aways available, the ones that stood out to me had to do with the practical, free flowing, non-formulaic ways we can spend quality time with God across the seasons of our lives. Hearing how Pastor Prince and GRC staff have us on their hearts made me feel loved and connected. Thank you pastors for being relatable, for sharing in authentic and humble ways, and for letting us know how you successfully face the same challenges we do! Looking forward to the next digital care group.🙌
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The digital care group discussion was so practical and helpful. I listened to it twice today and the activities are so very useful for me to put all this into practice. I'm so thankful to both of you (and of course Pastor Prince as well) for doing this!
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