It is instructive to observe that when Jesus was to feed the multitude, He relied on the five barley loaves and two small fishes which belonged to a lad within the multitude. So in the same company of those who needed food to eat, one lad had what would eventually be used to feed the multitude. Others were part of the problem, but he was part of the solution. Others sat back, waiting for solutions; he didn’t sit back; he brought a solution.
Friend, wherever you find yourself, be a solution. Be a solution carrier; be a game changer. Be the one whose ideas will turn things around in your establishment; be the one whose efforts will yield solutions for others connected to you; be the one to deal with the challenges that others are avoiding; be the one to move the multitude forward; be the one that will rewrite the stories that existed before you showed up.
That young lad would not have been crucified if he didn’t bring his bread and fish, but he brought what he had, and there was a solution. His name may not have been mentioned, but he became famous in scriptures because of what he was able to do that others didn’t do. The solutions you bring will make you famous; the games you change will write your name in gold; the efforts you put in to yield results will bring you greatness and fame.
Did you know that if that lad refused to make his bread and fish available, Jesus would have still found a way to feed the multitude? If you fail to be a game changer, God would raise someone else to change the game; if you fail to bring forth the solutions domiciled in you, God will raise another man or other men to do what you failed to do; if you fail to make impact, someone else will arise and make impact and get the accolades.
Don’t be counted among those who are part of the problem; be counted among solution bearers. Be a solution to your generation.