“Give us this day our daily bread,” we pray, and know that in this Judeo-Christian Western Civilization, that request is likely to be fulfilled. What if I want to help the others? I am limited by my income, except for small amounts.
But that counts, too. There is the story of the widow’s mite of a donation in the New Testament, and that penny or quarter did wonders, at least for her. In the eternal view of things, a quantum amount may make the difference—sustain an army!
We don’t really know how large a size the adjective big denotes. We are not used to the proportions contained in galaxies. To us, a soup bowl full is a lot. But I take my cue to size from the Creator—His measurements are mine.