I love small things.
Big and grand houses can be expensive and gorgeous, but I’m most comfortable in my well-loved small house.
Big crowds can be full of excitement, but give me some time out with a few dear friends or the hubby, and I can think of no better way to spend an evening.
I prefer the small farmer’s market to the large grocery store chain.
I cheer for the underdog, no matter how bleak their chances are.
Big can be loud, boisterous, intimidating.
Small is graceful.
God has used many small people over the years to do great things. Jesus himself loved and honored little children. He knew when the woman touched his cloak for healing. She was small and an outcast. No one else would have taken any notice of her.
So, if you feel small today, take heart. You are not invisible. No ministry or act of kindness is too small. God may want it that way. He may be calling you to small.
Have Faith. Small can change the world.
Joining with the flash mob of beautiful women writers over at Five Minute Friday today. Please join us!
Also sharing with The Weekend Brew.