- 1 year ago
When Jesus blessed the bread to feed the 5000+ people he didn't multiply the whole loaves and fishes.
He broke them into pieces thereby multiplying them to feed many.
This is a life principle the Lord uses in His workings with us. We can see examples of this with many of the prophets, kings, and in the lives of the apostles.
Three men God used as clear examples are:
Moses, Paul, and Peter.
Moses set out to execute the call of God he must have felt on his life, ie.to deliver Israel from the bondage of slavery. However he set out to do this in his own strength and wisdom.
This didn't work out so well for him as you can read in Exodus 2.
So the Lord led him to the backside of the wilderness for 40 years, serving his father-in-law. This experience prepared Moses for the leader God was needing and looking for to bring Israel out of Egypt.
In Acts 9 we read how Saul (Paul) was zealous for what he believed to be the righteousness of God, persecuting the Church.
When he met the Lord, o