What I Read Today:
1 John 5 & 2 John; Acts 22; Habakkuk 2-3; Psalm 50; 2 Chronicles 2; Exodus 3
Growing up, I have a feeling; Moses had a plan for his life. Early on, maybe he thought he’d be Pharoah. When he realized that wouldn’t happen, he decided to become his people’s savior. Rather than wait on God or seek God’s guidance through prayer, Moses jumped headlong into his mission and wound up exiled, running and standing on a mountain watching sheep. Many years have passed.
The brash young man has been humbled and leads a quiet life. He was no longer looking to be king or leader. Moses has grown old.
Just when you think that God can’t use you anymore, that’s when God strikes. He waits until we’re empty of our desires and goals and leads us to become reliant on him.
Our age does not limit God’s ability to call us.
God is seeking to rebuild the church after the Pandemic ends. The church will need people of all ages, races, social backgrounds, and cultures to make that happen. The church will be very different when this is over.
But every time God chooses to make a change within the church, something incredible happens.
Now, when he calls you, will you answer?