Steven Furtick — Expiration Date
When God saw His people struggling in Egyptian slavery at a certain point He said, "Now that's enough". And when He spoke to Moses He said, "I've seen my people mistreated and I see how their backs are breaking with heavy labor and I hear how they're crying out to Me and that's enough and I came down to deliver My people and bring them out of Egypt; every season of suffering, every season of struggle has an expiration date". God is sovereign, God is in charge; The enemy doesn't run my life.
What made the bread multiply was when they put it in Jesus' hands. See this is the principle, it is your proximity to the presence of Christ that becomes your provision for the challenges that you've faced and so if you stay close to Him, even if it's in the wilderness, even if it's through a mistake, even it's insurmountable, even if you don't know how, if you will stay close to Christ, your bread will be blessed and it will be enough. And it will go around and there will be 12 basketfuls of leftover, He is the bread of life.