Are you living in the middle of a storm right now? Don’t assume that it’s your fault. Jesus sent the disciples out to sea and they struggled in a storm He sent them into. He may be trying to get you to take your eyes off of yourself and onto Him.
God promised to meet your every need, but you can’t spend all day watching to see how He will do that. Yes, it’s good to trust in His provision, but He wants your heart of love and devotion, not just your expectation that He will take care of you.
Trust God, then let go of the worry about how and when He will answer. He will. There are bigger and more magnificent things to turn to. There are mysteries in the Spirit that will leave you breathless, but your heart has to cry out for them. You can’t do that if you are wondering where the provision is coming from.
Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things you do not know. (Jer 33:3)
He can’t show you great and mighty things if you are wrapped up in Him being provider. That’s only a fraction of what He has for you. Gold, silver, and gems are hidden and must be discovered and dug out. So too with the mysteries of God. Cry out. Be hungry for them. The storm is there to get your attention. Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. (Mat 4:4)
Another post on being hungry for God: My Kind Of Shepherd