Sharing Sunday: Agents of the Unimaginable

This morning, my pastor (who recently suggested we wear shabby clothes to church) shared a sermon from the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand.


He challenged us to walk in faith, mentioning those who do become agents of the unimaginable

Jesus’ disciples had to, by faith, take action toward obeying Jesus’ command so the people could eat that day.

Then Jesus said, “Make the people sit down.” Now there was much grass in the place. So the men sat down, in number about five thousand. And Jesus took the loaves, and when He had given thanks He distributed them to the disciples, and the disciples to those sitting down… (John 6:10-11)


Had the disciples waited to see the baskets providing plenty to feed the thousands, it’d not have been faith.

And, as my pastor mentioned, the action unleashes the miracles of faith.

Peter had to step out of the boat to experience the miracle of walking on water. 


The disciples understood living life fully and with purpose. 

They refused to tiptoe.

Their stories can become our stories.  Living by faith. 

Becoming agents of the unimaginable.

About Cristal

Living life fully as the wife of one, a mother of two and follower of The One.
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8 Responses to Sharing Sunday: Agents of the Unimaginable

  1. dschondog says:

    I never thought of myself as an agent. Hmmm, an agent of the unimaginable. Can I pick my own number? HA HA! 007 is already taken, I presume.
    Loved this,

    • Cristal says:

      Yes, Dawn. You can be an agent. That will be a full-time job, though! And, let’s get the Commander to pick your number. 🙂

      Enjoy your new position,

  2. Danelle says:

    An agent of the unimaginable? I am in. I love this Cristal.

  3. You’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. Read my post for today if you’d like to join the fun. Be blessed.

  4. Pingback: Sharing Sunday: Flesh eaters and blood drinkers | Refusing to Tiptoe

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