Peter And Judas

5 Jan

Peter And Judas…

At the beginning of the Book of Acts, before the Holy Spirit descended, it says that the apostles were in prayer. Why?

They had just been told to go out and spread the word to all nations. Why did they spend their time in prayer? No doubt they were feeling inadequate. They knew they were weak and needed the power of God desperately.

What happened? God poured out His Spirit, His power, and His adequacy. It was no accident. You find it again and again.

Moses thought he was too ineloquent, Isaiah thought he was too sinful, and Jeremiah thought he was too young to serve the Lord. God only chooses inadequate people to be His ministers to do great things.

If you’re not serving the Lord because you don’t feel good, holy, able, spiritual, old, or young enough – time to put away that excuse – time to rise to your call. God’s call always has an inadequacy clause – that is…

The only people who are adequate to minister for God are those who are completely inadequate. Let’s do great things for God. Why? Because we’re not adequate – but thank God, He is.

For we are glad when we are weak and you are strong. Your restoration is what we pray for. 2 Corinthians 13:9

No matter how inadequate you feel in your calling, all the more step out and take that leap of faith today. Know that great things are ahead for you.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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