Second Week of Easter

One night, a Pharisee named Nicodemus went to Jesus, who enlightened him about rebirth in the Spirit. Gamaliel, another Pharisee, later warned Sanhedrin members not to risk pitting themselves against God by punishing the Apostles. Like five loaves and two fish miraculously multiplied to feed a crowd, Scripture tells us that the Holy Spirit never gets rationed. When we fail to understand loss in our lives, do we ration our devotion to God or pray for greater faith?