I know God always provides and his provisions are better than I can imagine.
I was just going to like your post to let you know I'd pray for you, but I thought I shouldn't hold back a testimony of His faithfulness to provide for me.
I injured my knee either by jumping off a tractor trailer or hustling up and down stairs for a moving company. Too much time on it now and I can't walk - same with my lower back - too much lifting too long and the next day or two I'm worthless. And that's what life requires for me either by getting meat, packing wood, etc. I know I need to build a shop in order to keep working in the long run.
In 2012-13 I thought I was going to make/sell knives to supplement my missions support since it was low. But I wanted to keep good standards and learned I couldn't make them well enough fast enough. The governor also cut the our PFDs so I couldn't afford to build up a shop. I realized it wasn't going to work out the way I thought right away. I'm a pastor and it says "even so God has ordained that those who preach the Gospel should live of the Gospel" (1 Cor 9). This verse stood out to me last year, especially the word "ordained." It reads like it means, "decided/appointed." Around that time I experienced some unexpected financial giving, groceries, etc. I think God was showing me a few things. One was that He'd take care of me and my wife and kids even if my hands couldn't. (Another, at least in my life, was that He wanted the credit for providing for His own work and was faithful to me as someone working for Him).
Anyway some thoughts I have are that His faithfulness to take care of us is tied to 1) the credibility of His word (His promise) and 2) His truth as a part of His nature. He can't do anything else except to be faithful to us - He's too true. I think he not only takes the responsibility because He has to (truth
as an aspect of His nature), but because He wants to (love
as an aspect of His nature). And those things don't ever change
- just like His nature.
That's a little sermon I preach to myself sometimes. His help will come. I'm only one person saying it but there's lots of others who have stories, too. I don't mean to be preachy - just want to encourage you and be a blessing. I pray you get a strong testimony of how He took care of you on the other side this.