And Abraham called the name of that place Jehovahjireh: as it is said to this day, In the mount of the Lord it shall be seen.
Many Bible students are familiar with the words Jehovah-jireh. They know that it means The Lord will provide, but more specifically, it translates that God will see to it. He will see to it that all we go through will not stand in the way of His blessings in our life.
Will we have obstacles, yes. Will there be questions, of course. Will there be times when we cry, yes. Even Jesus wept, and before we debate the meaning of that Verse, let’s acknowledge His tears. God cried, so we could see He understood our pain.
The Lord said, in the world we would have tribulation, but that He had overcame the world. He was saying He has seen to it, that we would have Salvation, and He is seeing to it daily, that we will be better than okay. We will have mountains to climb, but He never sends us where He isn’t leading the way, holding our hands.