As well, Philippians 4:19 reads :
Notice it clearly says ‘ALL’ in both verses. Also notice it does NOT say all of our ‘desires’.
Also, keep in mind that, as Paul writes in Philippians 4:12 and 2 Corinthians 1127, there may be times when we are TEMPORARILY “hungering”, “thirsting” and in “want”, but God allows this for our own good, through His Divine wisdom, for whatever lesson He wants us to learn. I have never read in the Scriptures where a saint died from hunger or thirst!
Not only that, but in Matthew 6:8 it is revealed that our Father knows what we need even before we ask Him.
Matthew 6:28-30 guarantees us to be clothed as we need and verse 31 goes on the say not even to worry about food or drink, either.
To receive all this , we must not be worrying about these ‘essentials’ of life and to consecrate ourselves CONTINUALLY to God and Christ Jesus. Oswald Chambers writes in MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST (please reference the Post by the same name) that “we cannot consecrate once and for all.” It must be done CONTINUALLY, this separating ourselves to Them and trusting Them to provide ALL we will ever need.
How blessed beyond comprehension are we to have a Father and Savior such as this. This is why Isaiah 41:10 and Philippians 4:6 can so truthfully advise us NOT TO WORRY ABOUT ANYTHING!!