Acts 10:38 (NKJV)
It may seem strange, but some people do not do what they could do because they set a standard that is too high. This can be true in many different areas. For example, some people think that to succeed in school they have to get the best grades and when they get less than the best they become discouraged and even quit. Some people think that learning a new skill means that they have to be an expert at it within a short period of time, when this does not happen they give up. The same is true with saving money, people think of saving some huge amount when really just starting by saving a small amount is a good start.
Often when people think of Jesus they remember of course that He was raised from the dead, He healed lepers, and He performed miracles. While these are all things that Jesus did that was not all that He did, Jesus did not do miracles twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. We often just think about the amazing and miraculous things that Jesus did but Acts 10:38 says that besides healing the sick that Jesus went around doing good. Jesus was anointed and empowered by God to do miracles but God also helped Jesus do good things for others; this is an example that all of us can follow.
God wants us to do great things but He also wants to help us in every area of our life. Instead of thinking about doing some miracles, how would it be if we would ask God to help us be a better employee or employer, a better parent, husband, wife, son, daughter, brother, or sister? What if we would expect God to help us improve in walking in love and treating others with the respect and honor they deserve? Maybe we don't know any lepers but do we know anyone who could use our help in some way, could God empower us to be helpful to a friend or neighbor? What good thing can God help you to do in your life or the lives of others?