I am in one of the busiest seasons of my life right now. The work weeks are a whirlwind. The weekends are when I attempt to catch my breath.
It’s a great season of list making to help me stay on top of things. Or at least do my best effort!!
Last weekend, the winter sickness caught hold of my family, and I have been bouncing back with intention. Sleep has become a priority and ensuring my morning quiet time happens consistently has become a renewed mission.
For the fourth time, I am reading Draw the Circle by Mark Batterson. Today, day two…”God is great not just because nothing is too big for Him; God is also great because nothing is too small.” That is so encouraging to me especially right now as I push through my busy days.
Small things matter.
A few nights ago after I left my evening chiropractor appointment, I knew I needed some food with the hour drive home. With my food sensitivities, drive thru options are limited. I decided on Chick Fil-A. I had $5 in cash and that was all I intended to spend. I ordered a kids meal and when I approached the window to pay, I was informed with a big smile by the attendant that my meal was on the house that night.
I was so grateful. Small things matter. As I shared this story with my friend, she responded with, “God knows you are trying to be good stewards with what He has blessed you with.”
If we are faithful in the small things, He will entrust was with the bigger things. He cares about the big and small details in our lives. Nothing is too small for Him.
If you are faithful in the little things, you will be faithful in the large ones. Luke 16:10
Nothing is too small for God.
What do I hope you will take away from this?
1. God cares about even the smallest details of our lives.
2. Be faithful in the small things so you can be trusted with the large ones.
3. Don’t miss the everyday blessings that are right before us even in a $4.15 kids meal.
If you have a prayer need, I would be honored to pray for you.
Blessings for a good day!