The songwriter wrote, “Little is much when God is in it.” How many times have we looked at ourselves and asked, “Can God use me?” Or, we look at the few dollars we have and ask, “Can God use this?” Yet when just one person is willing to give what he has, God can do great things. This lesson reminds us that God can work with little. How much is “a little”? Could it be that having “little” is more about our attitude toward what we have rather than what we actually have? Surely in light of the vastness of God’s infinite resources, all we have is “a little.”
Discuss: Why is it that God, in His infinite wisdom, chooses to use what little we have? What does this say about God? What does it say about His people? I am reminded of Zechariah 4:10, “For who hath despised the day of small things?”
Discussion: How is our attitude toward little things sometimes different from God’s?
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