God Blesses What We Offer Him Jun24

In my last blog, I referred to the story in the Bible of the boy offering his lunch to Jesus to feed the multitudes.  What a bold young man he was to even think that Jesus would be interested in his small lunch!  In the same way, we often think what we have to offer seems so insignificant, and we talk ourselves out of taking a step of faith.

We sometimes think what we have to offer younger women won’t make much difference in their lives.  We forget it’s not about what we have to offer, but that the Lord is able to take our “little” and make it an “abundance.”  After Jesus took the boy’s five barley loaves and two fishes, and fed over 5,000 men; there was still an abundance left over!

You might be like me and are mentoring younger women, or you’re thinking and praying about mentoring.  Wherever you are, remember as you offer what God has placed within your life, He’s able to multiply it and bless others way beyond anything you could imagine!

Remember, God doesn’t hold us accountable for what He’s not given us, but He does hold us accountable for what He has given us.  As in the parable of the talents, it’s not whether we have one, five, or ten talents; it’s what we’re doing with what we have.  As you invest in another woman’s life, God multiplies.

It’s very important to factor God into the equation.  He is able to do abundantly more than we can ask or think!  God will get the glory . . . and we’ll have a role in His story in another woman’s life!

But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.”  2 Corinthians 4:7

For His glory and the next generation,

Regina

God Blesses What We Offer Him Jun24

In my last blog, I referred to the story in the Bible of the boy offering his lunch to Jesus to feed the multitudes.  What a bold young man he was to even think that Jesus would be interested in his small lunch!  In the same way, we often think what we have to offer seems so insignificant, and we talk ourselves out of taking a step of faith.

We sometimes think what we have to offer younger women won’t make much difference in their lives.  We forget it’s not about what we have to offer, but that the Lord is able to take our “little” and make it an “abundance.”  After Jesus took the boy’s five barley loaves and two fishes, and fed over 5,000 men; there was still an abundance left over!

You might be like me and are mentoring younger women, or you’re thinking and praying about mentoring.  Wherever you are, remember as you offer what God has placed within your life, He’s able to multiply it and bless others way beyond anything you could imagine!

Remember, God doesn’t hold us accountable for what He’s not given us, but He does hold us accountable for what He has given us.  As in the parable of the talents, it’s not whether we have one, five, or ten talents; it’s what we’re doing with what we have.  As you invest in another woman’s life, God multiplies.

It’s very important to factor God into the equation.  He is able to do abundantly more than we can ask or think!  God will get the glory . . . and we’ll have a role in His story in another woman’s life!

But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.”  2 Corinthians 4:7

For His glory and the next generation,

Regina

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