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I’m linking with The Faith Barista, Bonnie Gray to discuss small acts of faith.

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Matthew 17:20
He replied, “Because you have so little faith. I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you. ”

Compared to most objects in this world, a seed is tiny!  God uses the example of a seed as a measure for faith?

It just takes a little bit of faith to do BIG things?  I guess so!  He gave us many examples.

Think about the small steps of faith that were taken in the Bible … small steps that grew into HUGE stories that will live throughout eternity!

Noah had to make that first little step to build the ark.  I’m guessing he had to cut that first tree to have the wood to start his project.  Due to that small act of faith, the human race and two of each animal remained on earth.

Abram (Abraham) took that first step to leave everything he had ever known to go to a foreign land.

Hebrews 11:11 states that it was BY FAITH that Abraham and Sarah conceived a child in their old age.  Does that mean they WOULDN’T have conceived if Abraham hadn’t believed?  That small “seed” of believing made Abraham the father of many!

Moses was asked to remove his shoes.  By faith he listened to the great I AM.   From that small act of faith, the Israelites were set free from the Egyptian task masters!

Matthew (the tax collector), with a small act of faith, left his table behind and followed Jesus.

Peter walked on water when Jesus said, “Come.”  Before his natural mind could reason, that small act of faith catapulted him to walk upon the water!

The list could go on and on!

Does this encourage you?

Do you see how taking one step in faith can change a life, a family, a nation, a world?

What will your small act of faith be today?

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