“He said, “Bring them hither to Me.”

Matthew 14:18


It’s funny sometimes when all we have is little and we have to share. We’ve all been there, facing situations where our resources seem insufficient. For instance, when all we have is five loaves and two fish, and God is saying, “Bring them hither to me.”

First, we need to come to the understanding that all we have is God’s, including our talents, gifts, substances, time, and money. God often calls us to release what He has entrusted to us for His glory and to bless others. Yet, we may hesitate, forgetting that God has abundantly given according to our capacity.

Many times, God is calling us to release that which He has deposited in us or entrusted to us, to be used for His glory to bless others, and all we say is, “God, it is too little, it can’t satisfy anyone”. Thinking it is too insignificant to make a difference when He actually gave us all abundantly and according to our capacity.

God is calling us at this time to release what we have to feed the hungry multitude. These souls are hungry, tired, and in need, with their destinies hanging in the balance. He invites us to share what we have and trust Him to multiply it for His purposes. Arise, O light, for the Gentiles are waiting. Come out of your hiding place, O ye five loaves and two fish, for the multitude is patiently waiting to be fed by you. The Lord calls you to release what you have; in doing so, He will increase you.

Let us remember the story of the Zarephath widow, who, despite having little, trusted God’s word through Elijah and selflessly shared her last morsel of bread. In return, God multiplied her generosity, providing miraculously for her and her son. We must not bury our gifts or waste our resources, but rather release them for God’s use, knowing that He will multiply and increase us.


Lord, I release my all to you. Increase me and use me for your glory. May destinies not suffer because of me, by your mercies, O God. This, I ask in Jesus’ name. Amen.

May this message resonate with your heart, encouraging you to embrace a life of generous giving. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below, and for additional resources to support your spiritual growth, click here.

Wishing you a blessed day ahead!

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  1. Amen.
    Whatever is in my hand, I will release for the work in Gods kingdom. I am abundantly blessed and so will always be rejuvenated.
    Thank you

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