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Lois Flowers
Lois Flowers
2 months ago

This is so encouraging, Lesley. Like you (and Moses), I can relate to feeling inadequate to what God has called me to do. Such a comfort to know that God strength is made perfect in our weakness, never time.

Jeanne Takenaka
Jeanne Takenaka
2 months ago

Lesley, I love how you remind us that Moses was human. He had his own struggles in coming to the place where he uncompromisingly trusted God. His example truly is an encouragement to me with the many times I feel weak and unworthy. Beautiful post, friend.

Barbara Harper
Barbara Harper
2 months ago

I identify a lot with Moses, too. I’m so thankful God showed us the flaws of thee leaders as well as the victories. What encouragement that God can use any of us when we depend on Him and not ourselves.

Yvonne Chase
Yvonne Chase
2 months ago

When we focus on ourselves, we fear. When we focus on God’s strength in us working through us, we can step up to do whatever he asks. He is the “super” in our “natural.”

Lisa notes
Lisa notes
2 months ago

God’s presence is our superpower. 🙂 I love this truth you share: “He comes to realise that success does not depend on his own ability, but on the fact that God has called him and is with him.” Amen!

Joanne Viola
Joanne Viola
2 months ago

“Like Moses, we can look to God for direction, and we can know His strength working through us, even in our weakness and despite our perceived inadequacy.” We so focus on our “perceived inadequacies”, and need to remember His enabling power. When we step out in obedience to His prompting, He will equip us with all that is needed. Thank you for this encouragement this morning, Leslie!

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