1 Samuel 17:28 “And Eliab his eldest brother heard when he spake unto the men; and Eliab’s anger was kindled against David, and he said, Why camest thou down hither? And with whom hast thou left those few sheep in the wilderness?…”

…From yesterday…

Friend, I know you’re angry with Eliab but I’ve come to discover that the “Eliab trait” is in many of us! I’ve seen many people behave like Eliab in different forms.

I’ve seen a man having a job that the pay doesn’t look too good at first, going about telling people that he’s not working. You see a man with a car complaining that his mates are driving better cars.

You even see a woman with one child complaining that her mates have given birth to four and even getting angry at God! You see a pastor with a congregation of hundred getting angry because another has a congregation of one thousand.

Beloved, when a man talks like Eliab, it shows pride and an ungrateful heart. There is nothing you give to such a fellow that is appreciated. They are ingrates both to God and men.

Hear this:

Genesis 1:11 “And God said Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.”

The power of few is the very power God kept in the seed. Everything God created has the power of multiplication residence in its seed. That’s a secret every champion holds dare.

The power of few is the power of multiplication. Once you know that anything “few” when planted and cultivated can become much, you’re on your way to success.

David stood with the “few” sheep, nurtured them and protected them from the lion and bear. He took care of the few sheep like they were many and God rewarded him by promoting him to the palace.

If you don’t stay with the few, you won’t be trusted with the much!

Love you BiG

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