One by One

The Kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed ... it is the smallest of all the seeds
Scripture

Matthew 13:31,32
Wisdom 12:13,16-19; Psalm 86:5-6,9-10,15-16; Romans 8:26-27; Matthew 13:24-43

Theologian G.K. Chesterton asks us to consider how God might have created daisies. Did He create them all at once with one swoop of His mighty hand? Or did He create them one-by-one, expressing childlike delight in each new flower? “In the beginning,” Chesterton suggests, “God may have created one daisy, and something within Him spontaneously whispered, ‘Do it again!'” …

And daisy number two came into being. And once again God said, “Do it again!” And there was a third, and then a fourth, and then a fifth daisy. And so, He went on creating daisies. Until after a hundred billion trillion daisies, the great Almighty Creator who spun the galaxies into space and created all the animals, that same God is still creating daisies, and with childlike glee, still saying, “Do it again!”

Mother Teresa was once asked, how she was able to accomplish so much good work for the poor. “One by One,” she replied. Have you ever noticed how from seemingly…

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