Good question and the answer to that is Yes!
One of the requirements and duties of every practicing Jew is to have complete faith and trust in G-d. Faith in G-d means not only to believe in the existence of G-d, but also that every event is not by accident, but by Divine Providence. The sages explain that in addition to being a religious requirement, knowing that everything is ordained from G-d brings tranquility to the individual's soul.
In order to remember each day, that our life and health, everything we possess, everything that we have earned and will earn is ordained by G-d, the sages established the various prayers and blessings which remind us of G-d's Divine Providence.
The affirmation that our very existence is dependent on G-d begins every morning as soon as we awake. Even before we get out of bed, we begin the day with the recitation of the "Modeh Ani." In it, we offer thanks to G-d for restoring our soul and giving us the ability to wake up in the morning.
The prayer is as follows:
"Modeh Ani Lefanecha Melech
Chai V'Kayam She'hechezarta Bi Nishmati B'chemla, Raba Emunatecha."
"I offer thanks to You, living and eternal King, for You have returned my soul within me with compassion. Your faithfulness is great."
Twice in the morning service (Shacharit) and once in the afternoon this prayer (Mincha), Psalm 145 is recited. In this Psalm, King David affirms that we are totally dependent on G-d. This is a Psalm of faith and serves as a daily reminder that G-d provides our needs each day.
Because in Psalm 145 King David says, "Every day I will bless You and praise Your Name forever. The Lord is great and exceedingly exalted, and there is no limit to His greatness... The eyes of all look expectantly to You, and You give each their food at their proper time. You open Your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. The Lord is righteous in all his ways and benevolent in all His deeds. The Lord is close to all who call upon Him, to all who call Him in truth...."
"If a person puts his trust in G-d, then G-d takes care of all his needs.