Is this really worth it?
Sometimes we question if something is worth our energy, attention, money, if it won’t be here long. For example, I have a limit on how much I’ll spend for a meal, food that will be eaten in 30 minutes or less and then gone forever. It’s just not worth my money.
But God’s limits?
There is nothing too small nor too expensive for His concern.
If He cares even for the wildflowers that appear only for a day or two, then disappear forever, wouldn’t He care about providing us with the provisions we need—creatures created in His very image?
But if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is alive and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will he not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?
How far will God go? As far as necessary!
Be mindful this week as we meditate on Matthew 6:30 that God is in the details of not only the beautiful spring flowers that pop up for a season, but even more so in the details of our own lives. We are worth it to Him!