Everything that gets into God’s hands multiplies

Welcome, dear friends, to „Daily Word for Spiritual Edification”.

For several days now we have been discussing the how the gift when it is used makes room for us and takes us before great people. When the gift is used it broadens our possibilities and destroys limitations. Thank God for creating us just the way we are.

Dear friend, you have been given the things you need to start your supernatural ministry. Do not view your gift as being something small and insignificant. When Jesus told His disciples to feed the multitude, they argued with Him, saying: “We have here only five loaves and two fish”. I guess the disciples expected Jesus to say: «Oh, yes! Then let the people go, because we don’t have enough for everyone!» But Jesus did not say that. He managed to feel the multitude of people because one little boy gave back to the Lord the little he had.

Do you believe your gift to be small and insignificant? Then bring to Jesus what you have! Everything that gets into His hands multiplies. Do you want to see multiplication and huge harvest of God’s blessings in your life? Then give to Jesus everything you have today.

When the disciples brought to Jesus five loaves and two fish, it was enough for a miracle. Your little gift, your small ministry and your humble beginnings – all these things can be used as a seed for a big miracle for your generation. So do not despise the small beginnings.

Where did the disciples get these five loaves and two fish? Reading the same story in the other Gospels we see that the boy gave to the disciples what he planned to eat himself. When Jesus asked His disciples how many loaves they have, they went to ask the people.

«But He said to them, “How many loaves do you have? Go and see”. And when they found out they said, “Five, and two fish”» (Mark, 6: 38).

At this very time Andrew, Jesus’ disciple, found this boy with five loaves and two fish.

«One of His disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, said to Him, „There is a lad here who has five barley loaves and two small fish, but what are they among so many?» (John, 6: 8-9).

Why do I emphasize these Scriptures so much? I want you to see who is at the very source of this miracle: it is a little boy that gave to Jesus his humble lunch. Age is not a hindrance to God’s service. God wants to work through children and youth just as much as older people, Grandmas and Grandpas. The main thing is for us to give to God everything He has invested into us in the form of gifts, abilities and talents through our work.

Besides, I would like to show you some other important lessons. First, I want to show that the disciples needed to seek the seed for the miracle in themselves, not in others. Do you remember the story of a woman who ran to Elisha seeking for a miracle? The prophet asked her what she had at home.

«So Elisha said to her, “What shall I do for you? Tell me, what do you have in the house? And she said, “Your maidservant has nothing in the house but a jar of oil”» (2 Kings, 4: 2).

Her answer shows that she did not see any value in the single jar of oil she had in her house; besides, she did not understand how this oil could be connected to the solution of her problem. In order for a miracle to be wrought in her live, she needed to find something she had in her house.

The Bible says that whoever seeks will find. When you see many obvious needs around you, it could be because God wants you to meet these needs or solve these problems. First look for the answer inside of yourself; then – around you. Jesus asked the disciples: “How many loaves do you have? Go and see” (Mark, 6: 38).

He did not ask whether they have bread, because He knew they should have had some. But the disciples still had to go and look for some.

Dear friend, how many talents do you have? Jesus is telling you today to go and see. How many talents and how many opportunities have you got? Go and see! Experience that you have could serve for the good of others. Go and see! There is so much in you, but you won’t see any of it, if you don’t get active and seek out what there is in you. You also won’t see it until you start using it.

God bless you!

Pastor Rufus Ajiboye

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