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Today’s Scripture:
“…Here is a boy with five small barley loaves and two small fish, but how far will they go among so many?…”
(John 6:9, NIV)


In today’s Scripture, a little boy had a sack lunch—five loaves of bread and two fish. Nothing much. Yet when thousands of people were hungry, Jesus took his lunch, multiplied it, and fed the whole crowd. Think about the boy who went to join Jesus’ meeting not knowing he will be needed. Think about the boy’s mother who made the lunch. She was a homemaker raising a child without a title or acclaim. But titles don’t bring fulfillment.

In an actual fact, what we may be trying to sustain and keep may not be what God want with us at the moment. Keeping up with your neighbors doesn’t bring happiness. Trying to impress your friends will make your life miserable. Some people it is only when they have a particular thing, they count it as fulfilment not knowing the will of God at all. True fulfilment is the understanding of your assignment and being comfortable with who God made you to be and acting on it.

Don’t discount the gift God has given you. Are you secure enough to play the role that God has given you? Are you comfortable enough to not have to be number one, to have the title, to keep up with others? The beauty of our God is that He has given every one of us a specific gift and purpose. It is our sole responsibility to search out what and who He has made us even before time and season. With that, our true fulfilment begins.

A Prayer for Today:
“Father, thank You that the gifts You have given me are custom-made. Thank You that You have matched me for what You want me to do, and I have exactly what I need to fulfill Your plan for my life. I declare that I am content with my assignment. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

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