Because I clearly see the strengths and gifts of others, I’m also aware when I don’t have the same ones.
I wonder if I should try harder, work more,
tackle my weaknesses and transform them.
Then a story of a man in need leaps off the pages at me.
He asks the Apostle Peter for money but he has none.
He offers something even more valuable–healing.
His words, “What I do have I give you.”
Here’s the real miracle:
We don’t have to give what we don’t have.
That means you and I do have
everything we need for all
God is asking us to do today.
We don’t need to be like anyone else
because no one else has the same to-do list from God today.
Give what you have.
With Jesus, it’s more than enough.