Grace and Glory Supply

Philippians 4:19-20 AMPC … And my God will liberally supply (fill to the full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus. 20 To our God and Father be glory forever and ever (through the endless eternities of the eternities). Amen (so be it).
Empty vessels come to the Lord to be filled
The Lord Jesus Christ will supply all your need
He is able to make all grace abound to His children
2Cor 9:8
For “in” Him we live and move and have our being.Acts 17:28
Taste and see that the Lord is good
The riches of His grace and glory
=> immeasurable and beyond compare
Eph 2:7
His children lack no good thing
The Lord bestows grace and glory
Ps 84:11
Seek the Lord and be filled!Ps 34:8-10
Romans 8:32 AMPC … He who did not withhold or spare [even] His own Son but gave Him up for us all, will He not also with Him freely and graciously give us all [other] things?



Word Study
From NetBible Phil 4:19

  • supply[4137] = to make full, to fill up, to cause to abound

From BibleHub Phil 4:19

  • according to his riches—The measure of His supply to you will be the immeasurable “riches of His grace” (Eph 1:7).
  • in glory—These words belong to the whole sentence. “Glory” is the element in which His rich grace operates; and it will be the element IN which He will “supply fully all your need.”
  • by Christ Jesus—by virtue of your being “IN” (so Greek, not “by”) Christ Jesus, the Giver and Mediator of all spiritual blessings.


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His Grace Abounds{prayer}

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4 Responses to “Grace and Glory Supply”

  1. khollandsblog Says:

    From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”:

    Limitless Riches

    “My God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:19

    Paul’s God is our God and will supply all our need. Paul felt sure of this in reference to the Philippians, and we feel sure of it as to ourselves. God will do it, for it is like Him: He loves us, He delights to bless us, and it will glorify Him to do so. His pity, His power, His love, His faithfulness, all work together that we be not famished.

    What a measure doth the LORD go by: “According to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” The riches of His grace are large, but what shall we say of the riches of His glory? His “riches of glory by Christ Jesus”-who shall form an estimate of this? According to this immeasurable measure will God fill up the immense abyss of our necessities. He makes the LORD Jesus the receptacle and the channel of His fullness, and then He imparts to us His wealth of love in its highest form. Hallelujah!

    The writer knows what it is to be tried in the work of the LORD. Fidelity has been recompensed with anger, and liberal givers have stopped their subscriptions; but he whom they sought to oppress has not been one penny the poorer, nay, rather he has been the richer; for this promise has been true, “My God shall supply all your need.” God’s supplies are surer than any bank.

  2. khollandsblog Says:



    1. It is not supposed that you need to borrow other people’s needs: you have enough of your own. Set them out — in a long row, all of them. Needs for your body and needs for your soul; needs for your families, for the present, for the future, for time, and for eternity. Your needs are as many as your moments and the hairs of your head.

    2. Some of these empty vessels are large and are growing larger. Our wants grow upon us. One loaf sufficed once: it would not go far at your table now: the loaves vanish there like snow in the sun. You have more infirmities. You never needed so much as you do now.

    3. Some of these needs, if supplied tonight, would be empty vessels tomorrow morning. Yesterday’s old patience is stale stuff. You must grow more of that sweet herb in your garden. We are like the fabled vessels of mythology that were so full of holes that the fifty daughters of Danaus could never fill them.

    4. Some of our needs are very pressing. Bring, then, your urgent needs. Set them all out in this row of empty pots.

    II. WHO IS TO FILL THESE EMPTY VESSELS? My God will supply all your need. Nobody else can. He can. Paul says: See, my God has supplied me. He will also supply you. Paul’s God is the God of providence. He is also the God of grace. He that spared not His own Son, shall He not with Him freely give us all things? He is also the God of heaven. The riches of nations are as rags and rottenness in comparison with His resources.

  3. khollandsblog Says:

    God’s grace offers us fresh starts! . –ODB

  4. Glorious Riches | Scripture Prayers Says:

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