Little things. We can think they don’t matter much. Little acts of kindness, little deeds of service. Or little compromises, little sins. Do these little things matter?
“Life is largely a mosaic of little events and little deeds. It is the decision we make when a cashier at the supermarket gives us too much change, or the waiter at the restaurant understates our bill, that reveals whether we are honest or not. It may seem as if I tend to trivialize life by frequently using illustrations of sins that some consider not too big an issue. But the truth is, it is in the minutia of life where most of us live day after day. We seldom have to say no to an outright temptation to adultery. We often have to say no to the temptation to the lustful look or thought. And as some unknown person has said, “He that despises little things shall fall little by little.” — Jerry Bridges
Think small this week. What little thing can you do for the Lord? What little thing can you do to bless someone? What “little” sin should you confess to someone?