by David Cawston

The Power of a Few
David Cawston
Psalm 105:7-12

In today's culture with such a vast population we believe there is strength in numbers.

We like to be with the masses! We enjoy being on the side of the majority! Largeness is strength! Safety in numbers!

There is a lot of truth in that but not necessarily so when it comes to God!

God never let numbers influence Him!
He started the entire human race with just a single couple.
He spared the world with just a family of eight!
He started a whole nation from Abraham and Sarah!
He saved Israel's family with just Joseph!
He delivered Israel with from Egypt with just Moses and Aaron.
He delivered Israel from the Midianites by the hand of Gideon and 300 men
He destroyed the 400 Prophets of Baal by the word of one prophet Elijah
He changed the course of the world by the death of his Only Son!
He impacted the entire world by 12 Disciples
He feed 5000 men with a few loaves and fishes

God specializes in a few!

Just because you have a few resources in your hands don't be discouraged!

Just because you are alone don't feel defeated!

Just because the odds are against you don't quit!

Just because the next step is small don't discredit it!

God specializes in a few! There is great value in a little! We have lost sight of that in today's world of largeness and greatness!

These principals have been forgotten, dwarfed and minimized.

There is the potential of greatness in a few!

Mark 4:31-32
31 "It is like a mustard seed which, when it is sown on the ground, is smaller than all the seeds on earth;
32 "but when it is sown, it grows up and becomes greater than all herbs, and shoots out large branches, so that the birds of the air may nest under its shade." (NKJ)

We have gotten away from our agricultural roots to remember that God starts with little things.

When you have just a few resources you are the raw material for greatne ...

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