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John 6:8 One of His disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, said to Him, 9 “Here is a boy with five barley loaves and two small fish. But what difference will these make among so many?”

Jesus tells His disciples to feed over 5000 people. Naturally, they looked at the situation and saw they didn’t have enough food. Now, here’s Andrew bringing a boy’s lunch knowing it wasn’t going to feed 5000 people. Logically, one would question why Andrew would bring something so insignificant to Jesus.

Q: What can we learn from this?
A: Even though things seem insignificant, when God’s involved, He can make them magnificent.

God may instruct us to do things that appear insignificant. As we obey His instructions, He can turn those seemingly insignificant things into something beneficial.

Reading a daily verse seems insignificant, but those daily verses can provide us with the faith we need to overcome an upcoming temptation or trial. God may have us research how to better do our jobs. It seems insignificant since our jobs are not in jeopardy, but our research may have us stand out to the point where we’re first on our supervisor’s list for a promotion. Giving an additional $1.00 in church seems insignificant, but that $1.00 we consistently give can turn into an unexpected $500 bonus at the end of the year.

Don’t miss out on the magnificent by not doing something that seems insignificant.

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Scriptures of the Day

March 2020
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