Not too Small or too Big

For I say, through the grace that was given me, to every man who is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think reasonably, as God has apportioned to each person a measure of faith.” Romans‬ ‭12:3‬

Prayer – Lord, I know that You are bigger than the box I try to put you in time and time again. You are big enough to handle the smallest request and bigger than the biggest thing I can bring to You. You care about everything that is in between too. Thank you.

I admit there are times in my life that I have acted like I was “Too big” to do certain tasks. I thought more highly of myself than I should. Forgive me Lord, for acting that way. I know that Jesus set aside everything to come to earth and provide a way for me (And all of us) to be reconciled back to You.

Jesus could have came in as the ruler all expected Him to be, but instead He did the mundane things. He did the things no one else would. He touched the leper and brought healing. He spoke to the Samaritan woman and transformed her life. He washed the feet of those that would betray and forsake Him. He poured the drink and turned water into wine. He blessed the food and fed thousands. He loved on the children.

So often these are the last things that people volunteer to help with. Yet Jesus did. He volunteered even unto death. If my Lord and Savior can do the little things, who am I to say something about the small things that you ask of me? There is nothing too small that I can not do for You. There is nothing too big I can not do through You.

Lord, continue to build my faith to believe for bigger things, not only for others but also for myself. I want to be fully available you You. Help me to use my time wisely. In Jesus name. Amen.

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