Matthew 10:31 – So don’t be afraid therefore; you are worth more than many sparrows. (HCSB)
As believers, we say we serve a big God. We sing songs about our powerful and mighty God. We quote scripture about moving mountains. We believe He can move the mountain, but do we believe He will move the bump? We believe He cares about the rockslides along our journey but don’t want to bother Him with the pebbles in our path. If we believe nothing is too big for Him, why do we have so much trouble believing nothing is too small? “Big” and “small” are our labels, not God’s. The same God who spoke the universe into existence (Genesis 1) knows the hairs on my head (Luke 12:7). I am God’s creation (Genesis 1:27). He cares about my worries, my hurts, my anxieties (1 Peter 5:7). When you love someone, the tiniest details become important, and God loves me so much He gave His Son to die for me (John 3:16). As the saying goes “don’t sweat the small stuff” because there’s nothing that my God can’t do!