Simple Multiplication or a Miracle?

Kejdis Bakalli
2 min readJan 1, 2021


Written by Chuck Wood

Movements are as easy as punching the numbers in a calculator, right? No way! Some of you have fallen out of your chairs with laughter because you know where I’m coming from. And yet people still approach this holy work of God as though it were a numbers game. We think if I just do such and such and pray a little bit, presto! And out comes a movement. Nope, and we have Scripture to prove it. Movements (multiplication) are nothing short of a miracle from God. We are living in a microwave, easy-bake, 5G society and we want it now and I mean right now. Even if we do the right things in the right way with the right people, there is no guarantee that we will see multiplication. (We are, however, pretty much guaranteed not to see multiplication if we don’t.) But make no mistake about it, the blessing of multiplication is just that, “a blessing.” It comes as a gift from the Almighty. He is the Great Multiplier.

The LORD appeared to him the same night and said, “I am the God of your father Abraham; Do not fear, for I am with you. I will bless you, and multiply your descendants, For the sake of My servant Abraham.” (Gen 26:24

May God Almighty bless you and make you fruitful and multiply you, that you may become a company of peoples. (Gen 28:3 NASB)

Even Jesus saw His men as a gift from the Father;

“I have manifested Your name to the men whom You gave Me out of the world; they were Yours and You gave them to Me, and they have kept Your word. (John 17.6)

So let’s be clear, although we are commanded to multiply, it is nothing short of a miracle when it actually happens. So at the end of the day, even when we are being the right kind of person, know the right answers, and do the right kind of things, it is still God’s prerogative and gift to multiply. The key is that we posture ourselves in such a way as to acknowledge it. We trust, we pray, and we get our reps in (do the right things), and then we wait with perseverance.

Have we postured ourselves before God as the One who gives the gift of multiplication? Are we praying in such a way that we are declaring our utter dependence on Him for multiplication? Are we training others to have the same kind of attitude? When we do see multiplication are we giving the credit to the Great Gift Giver?



Kejdis Bakalli

church planter and a digital enthusiast