Be inspired in faith to move mountains, even if you feel small or buried under mountains of muck.
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“If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.” ~ Napolian Hill
Tiny ants streamed across the asphalt driveway I was walking through. Their tiny holes dotted a line across the road. Along the ant path, weeds had sprouted. It looked as if those tiny little ants and weeds would literally cut the road in half if left alone.
As it turns out, asphalt (and concrete too) contains microscopic cracks invisible to the naked eye. So, tiny seeds carried by ants or water can sprout and push their way through those tiny cracks to the top and split asphalt or concrete!
Exponential Growth from the Smallest Seed
Jesus teaches that the kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, the proverbial smallest of seeds, which when planted becomes the largest bush/tree in the garden. When grown, it provides shelter and shade for…