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In the narrative of Abraham's near-sacrifice of Isaac, we encounter a faith that comprehends the resurrection power of God. Hebrews 11:17-19 reflects on Abraham’s conviction that God could raise Isaac from the dead. This faith was rooted in the promises God had made and Abraham's experience of God as Jehovah Jireh.

In our spiritual walk, we are often called to have a faith like Abraham’s—a faith that believes in God's provision even when the promise seems dead. It's a faith that looks beyond the physical and temporal to the spiritual and eternal, trusting in Jehovah Jireh not only for the needs of today but for the ultimate victory over death through Jesus Christ.

Reflection Questions
How can the concept of resurrection influence your faith in God's provision?
What promises of God are you holding onto today that require a resurrection faith?

Closing Prayer
Almighty God, Jehovah Jireh, infuse us with the resurrection faith of Abraham. In every situation that seems hopeless, let us hold fast to the belief that You are the God who brings life from death and fulfills every promise You have made. Amen.