Luke 16:10 Whoever is faithful in small matters will be faithful in large ones; whoever is dishonest in small matters will be dishonest in large ones.

Luke 16:11 If, then, you have not been faithful in handling worldly wealth, how can you be trusted with true wealth?

I found this scripture a long time ago and wrote it down in my notepad, I had not gone back to it for a long time. I was praying for more blessings when I was led to my notepad and I saw it again, then the next thing that popped up in my mind was the question; what have you done with the little given to you?

A lot of us are like me, needing more, asking for more, wanting more and searching for more but after that question popped up in my mind, I realised that if we use the little given to us well, we wouldn’t need to ask for more, we would have more or enough.

He who is faithful in little is faithful in much”

The real question for you and me today is what have we been doing with what has been given to us? The money, the talent, the time, the access, the privilege, the gospel, the life? Are we just asking for more because we think we need more?

Sometimes we say we need more in order to be able to start doing something with the little we have? But I’ve realised that if we just start with the little we have and are diligent in using that little that we have, we wouldn’t need to worry about more.

This is not just a message to you, it’s also a message to me. If you don’t have the financial resources to help people, you have time, use it well you’ll see that it’s more than enough to start.

Don’t wait till you think you have everything before starting. Start with what you have and start now. Manage what you have well and you’ll see that it’s enough. Also, it is when you have proven faithful and diligent in little things that people can trust you with more.


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