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Here are the links to Part 1 and Part 2. The two earlier blogs kept things firmly in the realm of the natural. It seems we can follow them with our ability. That’s great while things go according to plan, but what happens when they don’t? What happens when the problems are beyond our natural ability? This is why it’s foolish to plan without God. As my wife and I looked back on 2016, it was only God’s grace that got us through it. She had an insight on what God’s grace looked like: “God multiplied everything. He multiplied our days, our money, our energy so we could do what He wanted us to do.” This year, we need God to multiply everything so we can survive and thrive. In the account of Jesus feeding the five thousand in John 6, his disciples saw the people who needed to be fed, saw the meager amount of food, and asked, “How far will so little go among so many?” We might see much of our life and our plans the same way. How far will so little money go among so much need? How far will so little time go among so …