I Kings 17
Elijah boldly declares that it will not rain in the land except by HIS word... Elijah... buddy... you need to be humble here... you mean God's word right? That's not what it says. Now obviously he is a prophet and thus if he says it that would be because the Spirit of God is moving on him to say it. Nevertheless God shows time and again from Gen to Rev that he is not willing to work on the earth without a participant.
God is about to judge Sodom and Gomorrah for their sin. He then turns to Abraham first and tells him about it...
17And the LORD said, Shall I hide from Abraham that thing which I do...
Abraham begins to dialogue with the Lord and plead the case of this city, mostly for his nephew Lot's sake. God is always looking for a man or woman of God to get involved in the worlds affairs.
"I looked for a man among them who would build up the wall and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land so I would not have to destroy it, but I found none.
So here is Elijah... getting fed by ravens night and day and watered by the brook. Getting his needs met supernaturally. Then the brook dries up... if your brook dries up... your provision has moved... it may be a sign you are not ONLY in the wrong place now... but that you are being called to meet someone ELSE'S need by your moving.
God isn't just about meeting YOUR needs. The idea people in the church world developed, "I don't need much, just enough for me and my four... I want to live humble.", is a bunch of bull dung. Babies cry about their own hunger, parents cry about the hunger of their children. If one claims to be spiritual, James 1:27 says, he should look after orphans and widows and keep himself from being polluted by the world. One of the main pollutants of the world is selfishness which this statement is saturated with.