Everyone has a multitude to serve, and we have been given the ability to serve them.
One of the best ways to recognise a problem is when you also experience the problem yourself.
When you are part of a market that has a problem, and you come up with a solution to it, it’s much easier to offer that solution back to that market.
Because you can speak their language. You know how they think, talk and feel about that problem.
You are already part of a multitude that has a problem which must be solved. And we have been given different abilities that’ll enable us to solve specific problems. These abilities are called talents. It’s how you do good work.
God knew what he was doing when He ensured Jesus was born in the poorest of situations, was the son of a Carpenter, neither had a place to sleep nor food to eat for the most part of his ministry, but yet carried the solution.
No wonder thousands gathered to listen to Him. Half of them may not have believed anything He said, but hey, he was speaking their language sweetly, and it was interesting to hear.
Though He was rich, became poor, so that he could understand how we think, talk and feel about the problem, and then reveal to us the riches we have in Him (2 Corinthians 8:9).
Identify your multitude and serve them.