Based on these short 'tidbits' you can tell that I'm presently doing a study on the book of Judges. I'm learning a number of interesting things some of which I've started sharing with you. In this case, I'm looking at the judge Ehud, a left-handed man whom God used to bring deliverance to Israel. It is recorded that he made a short sword which he hid under his clothing and used to kill one of Israel's Canaanite oppressors, Eglon king of Moab.
Now, the size of the weapon in relation to the size of Eglon (an extremely fat man) shows that nothing is too hard for God. Think of David killing a giant with a small stone and a sling-shot. With God's help they both accomplished a mammoth task with the "little" that they had. Neither of them would have been successful without God.
Nothing is too hard for God. God is able to use the "little" or the "much" that we have to help bring us victory in the battle. In that way God gets the glory. It's not our ability or "big" weapons - which we may not have anyway - but His ability. A little placed in God's hands can go a long way.