We don't have a lot of money. Sometimes we go without what some people would consider essentials (funny how you realize how UNessential some things are). But we've never been homeless. We've never gone hungry. Our kids have never been without diapers or medicine. God has provided work bonuses, quilt orders, unexpected gifts, coupons, free samples, dinner offers, all kinds of things just when needed.
We've borrowed some here and there (but not nearly as much this past year as the last, and hopefully none this coming year!) but we always pay it back.
In addition to the actual physical provisions, He provides rest when I'm weary, comfort when I'm distressed, peace among the chaos.
Now, I am not one of those people who will tell you that you're going to hell if you don't have ten kids. But I will tell you that when you let go and let God have control, you'll be amazed at how a situation that seems like it should be even harder than where you are now, will suddenly become so much easier than where you've ever been.