Father, we ask not for bread for a great while to come, but that we may have this day our daily bread; for we would learn (please, Lord, teach us) not to be anxious for tomorrow, what we shall eat, or what we shall drink, or what we shall wear, but we cast the care upon you, our heavenly Father, who knows that we need all these things; Matthew 6:31-32(ESV) who feeds the birds of the air, though they neither sow nor reap, and will much more feed us, Matthew 6:26(ESV) who are of more value than many sparrows. Matthew 10:31(ESV)

We do not pray for daily bread for ourselves only but for others also: O satisfy your poor with bread. Psalm 132:15(ESV) Let all who walk righteously and speak uprightly dwell on the heights: Let the place of their defense be the fortresses of rocks, let their bread be given them, and let their water be sure. Isaiah 33:15-16(ESV)