Jesus had a great multitude of people which contained at least 5,000 men. They had been following Him all day and were becoming weary from not eating. Jesus makes note of this to his disciples, in particular Philip. He puts the need before Philip for him to learn to trust more on Christ than in himself. Philip's response was much like most of ours, it is impossible, it cannot be done. Philip was trying to perform this by what man knew was possible, forgetting that he had access to the creator of the universe standing right before him. Andrew's response was somewhat better, here is something but it is way to small to meet the need. The young boy that gave his 5 loaves and 2 small fishes to Andrew was evidently listening. As the young boy listened to the need mentioned by his Lord, his thought was, I don't have much but I will give it to be used by my Lord. Oh the faith this little boy had, I will give what I have and trust the Lord to use it for His purpose. Pure and simple faith in the Lord that he would do his part to fulfill the Lord's will. The Lord was able, because of the boy's faith and compassion, to not only meet the need of everyone of the people there, but also had much more left over to meet future needs. If we would first trust him to save our soul for eternity, and then trust him with the little things he has blessed us with, there would not be a true need left in this world. Allow the Lord to use what you have so that mighty things could be done!