Sunday to Monday | Little Things Mean a Lot

On Sunday, Pastor Dave used the story of Jesus using a boy's sack lunch to feed the 5,000 to show that, with God, little things really do mean a lot. Here are some questions to help you make little things mean the most as you take Sunday into the rest of your week:

  • Where have you seen Jesus turn a sack lunch into a banquet for many? Where has one kind act or one person transformed many lives?
  • How has Jesus taken something small and served you in a big way?
  • How might Jesus be calling you to take a small step to create a big change?
  • Where in your heart do you harbor anger and resentment? Pray upon how God is calling you to be “…imitators of God, as beloved children, living in love as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us…” (Ephesians 5:1,2)

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Kim Turnage wrote:
Little things really do make a big difference. Remembering a name seems like a little thing, but one of the reasons we stuck at God's Grace is that one person took the time to learn our children's names the first Sunday we visited....and remembered them the next Sunday when we came back. That little thing is just one of several little things people at God's Grace have done that have meant a LOT to our family!

Mon, August 17, 2009 @ 9:34 AM

2. Carole Schumacher wrote:
I enjoyed Dave's sermon after which I told him that I think we all need to "defrag" occasionally. Cast off all the little things that we aren't using anymore because God will find a way to use those little fragments to help others - sometimes when we don't even know it. After all, did that little boy really need all that fish and bread for himself?

Mon, August 17, 2009 @ 8:46 PM

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