Whoever can be trusted with very little
can also be trusted with much.
Jack was goofing off in a little church, feeling he was serving way below his abilities. “I’d like a shot at a big church,” he said.
Jesus said: “Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much.”
Faithful discipleship mainly consists of seemingly small acts.
This week won’t find most of us doing a book-signing, being a keynote speaker, attending a state dinner, ending a war, or winning an election. It will probably present no more than a chance to write a note, make a phone call, visit a hospital, make a donation, vote for a school board candidate, or feed the neighbor’s goldfish.
Little things well done are big.