The fascinating thing about John's account of the loaves and fishes is, some child who didn't know any better thought his lunch might be helpful.
Then of course, the natural thing to do would be to explain to the child how it might be a big lunch for him, but all the people couldn't even have one bite each.
Andrew may have felt ridiculous, but he nonetheless came to Jesus with the food report even though he added, "but what are these for so many people?” (John 6:9b, Amplified Bible).
Then of course, it is easy to think about the massive crowd of dumb clucks who ran to see Jesus and didn't plan ahead. Yet, because they came to see Him, He easily provided for them.
Human "enough" is always way too much for the Lord.
The flesh never gives up its struggle to know ahead of time, have more than enough just in case, and have two back-up plans.
Soldier of The Cross, it is one foot in front of the other, and it is always by prayer.
They are not the Only-When-You-Think-You-Need-Them-Arms.
They are The Everlasting Arms.
Come before Him today with a new availability.
Do it aloud.