“But He answered and said, “It is not good to take the children’s bread and throw it to the little dogs” (Mat 15:26).
In this somewhat controversial story, Jesus commends the Gentile woman whose faith understood that God’s grace was so abundant that even the “crumbs” falling from the table were sufficient to heal her daughter. However, I’d like to challenge the “children” (that’s you) to partake of the Father’s table today. Don’t settle for spiritual crumbs. It’s ok for outsiders to settle for Kingdom crumbs. But we sup at the high table, and enjoy our Father’s choicest delicacies. If Kingdom crumbs are so rich, how much more is the main course? Go on, take your place at His banqueting table where His banner over you is love (Songs 2:4)! Decree and declare it–don’t just accept it.