When I was on staff with a campus ministry we played a game called Bigger and Better. You start out on a Saturday morning, meet, pray and give each team of two a very small item such as a nickel, pack of gum, pencil, etc. The objective is to go into a neighborhood or mall and tell people who you are and the game you are playing requires that you offer the little you have in hopes of getting something better. Thus the name Bigger and Better. Once when we played this game a team left with a piece of gum and returned with a couch! Several hours later you meet to share about your experience, laugh together and share some refreshments. We would close the event with a message about God’s best. It was always a blast. Today I still think about this game because in reality it is part of the life of every Christian. God wants us to offer the little we have and trust him to give us something better. This is difficult sometimes because most of us want control and to make decisions on our own. It is only when we know our Heavenly Father and how much he loves us can we trust him to really give us something better. Throughout the Bible we see that God’s will is always good, acceptable an perfect. What are you clutching onto today in fear that God will not replace it with something better?