In his book, "In a Pit With a Lion on a Snowy Day" Mark Batterson writes the following...

 

“We tend to rank miracles. Almost like a judge at a gymnastics competition that ranks a routine based on degree of difficulty, we rank our prayer requests. We have big requests and little requests. We have easy requests and difficult requests. But that is a false construct. The truth is this: To the infinite all finites are equal. There is no big or small, easy or difficult, possible or impossible. When it comes to God, there are no degrees of difficulty.”

 

How big is God to you? Is he big enough to handle your biggest problems? Is he accessible enough to care about your smallest issues? This book is our current MTown Book Club selection, and quite frankly, one of my favorites I've read in the last couple of years. Batterson is a great writer who really makes you think about your assumptions about God. If you aren't reading it already, I encourage you to get a copy of the book.