We are probably all familiar with the testimony of George Muller--praying for food when they had none at the orphanage, setting the table for breakfast, and as they were asking the blessing (in faith), food was delivered. Do you think this could be a more common occurrence if the faith of God's people was greater? Should we not utilize things like food banks, but rather pray for God to provide? Does this mean there is a lack of faith if a Christian family finds themselves in great need and uses resources such as these (I am not talking about freeloaders or people who abuse it)? Do you think it is proper to look at things like this as God's means of provision (like seeking a physician's help as opposed to sitting in your living room and praying for healing)? I know some ministries (camps in particular) that obtain supplies from food banks. Thoughts?