Unlimited: Use What’s In Your Hand

Sep 25, 2020 1005

Unlimited: Use What’s In Your Hand

His disciples answered, “Where could we get enough bread in this remote place to feed such a crowd?” “How many loaves do you have?” Jesus asked. – Matthew 15:32–34, NIV

When Jesus suggested to the disciples that he wanted to feed the enormous crowd of 4,000 people by the lake, the disciples were full of excuses. Too often we are the same.

Just as he did with his disciples beside the lake, Jesus doesn’t take any notice of our excuses at all. Instead, he simply asks us what we have in our hand.

I imagine that when the disciples said they had seven loaves and a few fish, they thought Jesus would have responded, “I see. You were right. That’s useless. Let’s think of another plan.” But that’s not what Jesus said at all. Instead he took what they had in their hands and turned it into more than enough to feed 4,000 people.

Don’t be frightened at the huge size of what Jesus asks us to do: to take the Bread of Life to the world. He doesn’t ask us to do the impossible. Not at all! He takes care of that.

All Jesus asks is that we give him what he has already put in our hands, no matter how humble or small, and he will do the rest. When you offer Jesus what’s in your hand, that’s when miracles happen.

Check what’s in your hands today. In faith, offer it to Jesus. Then stand back and watch what happens!

– Eliezer Gonzalez

Eli’s Reflection: Is there a challenge that you are facing today? What’s in your hand? What resources and abilities do you have that Jesus can use? Spend some time in prayer before you start your day, asking God to bless what you offer him, for his Kingdom’s glory.

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Victor Alberto Condoeira

Sep 28, 2020

Glory to God.very strong this passage of scripture. and the way it was interpreted.God be praised.


Daniel Asamoah

Sep 27, 2020

That's powerful. God bless you so much


David Sanderson

Sep 26, 2020

We have choices in this world. As a regular walk leader I have to choose which path to take and where to lead the group who are following behind......do we follow the 'right' path which leads us to our intended destination (usually back to our transport and back to the start), or do we chose another path away from our intended, and hoped for, destination which means that we are therefore lost? In another context the Bible is our guide in a spiritual life which guides us through life to a hoped for destination in Heaven


Christyn Addae

Sep 25, 2020

That's a powerful one


Lola Barrett

Sep 25, 2020

I live in Bloomington California, I'm in need of a church home, can anyone help me found a church home near me.


Tony Berrigan

Sep 25, 2020

Great words. Real treasure. Gold


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