Second, let's talk about Jesus feeding five thousand men, not including women and children- with FIVE loaves of bread and TWO fish! If we add the women and children into the equation, we are probably talking about 20,000 people! We can picture a multitude of people who follow Jesus into a desolate place, and at the end of the day, instead of sending the people away, he chooses to feed them. The only thing that seems to be a problem? A young man from the crowd only has 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish, as we learn in the Gospel of John. Hmmm. Now, if you do the math, you can't feed 5000 or 20,000 people with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. But Jesus does something only He can do. He looks up to heaven, and asks God to multiply what they have. Not only did He feed all the people there, but there was also some left over! How amazing was that? Notice, also that before He asked God to do something divine, He had the disciples gather the people in groups of fifty. I heard a preacher once mention this neat thought: that before God blessed and multiplied what they had, Jesus and the people got into a position of faith and action. Instead of gathering in groups and sitting on the grass after the food was provided, they acted in faith- sat in groups, expecting God to show up and provide, and He did. Even though the disciples may have not known what was going to happen, they obeyed and didn't ask questions when Jesus told them to prepare the people. That in itself was an act of faith- they trusted that Jesus was going to do something. What actions can we take in faith to expect God? God wants to provide for us. He wants to multiply our faith, our love, our devotion to Him among other things. How can you get into position of faith today?