From John 6's preamble to "The Feeding of the 5,000" with notes in italics -
Then Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, another disciple, put in, “There is a boy here who has five small barley loaves and a couple of fish, but what’s the good of that for such a crowd?”
Oh, how I love Andrew! The first man to ever call Jesus Messiah, the first to call in another disciple to follow Him, he’s always getting this undercard status to his ridiculous brother. And yet faced with the very same view of this impossibly-large crowd as the rest of the disciples, Andrew approaches Jesus with the contents of a little boy’s lunchbox and, evidenced by the fact that he even makes this statement, a little grain, a little mustard-seed, of Belief.
Do you realize that believing a little bit is infinitely better than unbelief? Anything times zero will always be zero, but Jesus can always make use of our beginning, our small portion, our hope-filled, leaning-in, wide-eyed Belief to do unbelievable things.
In fact, do you want to see what a heart of complete Belief looks like?
Then Jesus said, “Get the people to sit down.”
Now that’s good! The trusting-in-His-Father certainty of Belief that says, “Everyone take a seat; order’s about to be up!”
May that be our heart toward Him today!