In the English dictionary, little is the opposite of much.
In reality, little means so much.
Just a little salt is enough to make the food taste good. You don’t need so much. Just a little yeast makes the flour rise. It doesn’t have to be as much as the flour. The little things often taken as insignificant, turns out to mean much more than we imagine.
The woman with the widow’s mite had just little. That money was too little to do anything. She could have delayed her giving until the day she would have something bigger. Yet out of love, she gave the little. Despite all the big offerings, Jesus noticed the little. Her blessing obviously was in no way little.
Welcome to our 12th issue of grenepages.