A Miracle of Multiplication

Seven loaves and a few fish,
Five loaves and two fish,
Two copper coins,
What they had, all they had,
Five talents, two, one,
Multiplied or buried—
He will multiply if we don’t bury.
What will we do with what He gives us?
What will we say when He comes?
Was it You, Lord, we saw, but walked past?
Hungry, thirsty, traveling stranger,
Naked, sick, in prison.
What will we do with what He gives us?
What will we say when He comes?


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