It is another sweet and consoling thought that God the Son does not despise the day of small things. Jesus Christ does not, for you remember this word: "He shall carry. . .them [the lambs] in his bosom (Isa. 40:11). We put that which we most prize nearest our heart, and this is what Jesus does. Some of us, perhaps, have outgrown the state in which we were lambs, but to ride in the heavenly carriage of the Savior's bosom-we might well be content to go back and be lambs again. He does not despise the day of small things.
And it is equally consolatory to reflect that the Holy Spirit does not despise the day of small things, for he it is who, having planted in the heart the grain of mustard seed, watches over it till it becomes a tree. He it is who, having seen the newborn child of grace, doth nurse, and feed, and tend it until it comes to the stature of a perfect man in Christ Jesus. The blessed Godhead despises not the weak believer. O weak believer, be consoled by this." C. H. Spurgeon 'Encouragement for the Depressed'