Posted by: Zane Maser | March 29, 2013


God works in fabulously funny ways to get His/Her point across—yet again! It’s not everyday a person finds money on the street. In a very poignant way, we did today, as we rode our bikes home from the grocery store.

Nuts are a staple part of our diet, and we had a hankering lately for some walnuts. However, they have been exceedingly pricey for the past few years, as have many varieties of nuts. On this particular outing, I’d looked at the current price/pound of walnuts, hoping it would be reasonable. Peddling home, I happened to remember to tell Chris that walnuts were on sale for $6.99/pound. Not more than a few seconds later, Chris glanced down at the pavement to see a couple of paper bills. A one-dollar bill, then a folded five-dollar bill, and another one-dollar bill. Seven dollars exactly!! We looked at each other and laughed at how quickly our walnut craving was literally provided for but not through any means of our own! And just for added measure, Chris noticed yet another dollar bill on the other side of the street!

The Divine Voice whispered through the gift of manifested dollars in our hand: “So go buy your pound of walnuts on me. There is always a sufficiency. Ask and allow.”


Every moment is truly an opportunity to recognize the Divine Presence in our lives appearing as provision. Whatever happens to be our desire or need, it all comes through heavenly manna—if only we allow it to manifest. Remember Moses and the Israelites wandering in the desert for forty years? When the whole Israelite community grumbled against Moses and Aaron that they would all starve to death in the desert (Exodus 16: 3-4), then the Lord said to Moses, “I will rain down bread from heaven for you. The people are to go out each day and gather enough for that day.” They were told to gather a daily supply of manna only and eat it all—with faith—storing none for the following day (as any leftovers bred worms and stank). And this “grain of heaven” (Psalm 78:24) and “spiritual food” (1 Corinthians 10:3) sustained them for forty years until they reached the border of Canaan where they settled.

They asked, and he brought them quail;
he fed them well with the bread of heaven.
Psalm 105:40

There is an eternal river of supply. We just have to put our boat into the river and paddle until guidance and Supply from Source show up. Like Jesus telling the crowd (John 6:32), “…it is my Father who gives you the true bread from heaven.” And like the birds that show up every morning at the birdie buffet in our garden, there is magically all the food they require for energy for their day. The human mama bird who feeds them their provision does so through the grace of Omnipotent Supply.

Every moment is truly an opportunity to become what we believe and to appreciate all the ways Divine Presence appears constantly in our lives as the exact provision.

I’m off to buy that pound of walnuts!! And every walnut eaten will be savored as God given.


If you have the ability to imagine it, or even think about it,
this Universe has the ability and resources to deliver
it fully unto you, for this Universe is like a well-stocked
kitchen with every ingredient imaginable at your disposal.
The Teachings of Abraham™

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• The Divine Broadcast

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• Every Moment Is A Gift

• Gratitude Consciousness

• The Tree That Shares

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• The Masers’ Mantra©

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