God Chooses Weak Vessels

As we look at Scripture and the history of God’s people, something very clear stands out about the people God chooses to do His work – when He looks for someone to use, when God searches for someone to do something great, He often seems to purposely choose weaker vessels. When looking for a king, He did not choose one of Jesse’s tall, older, more impressive-looking, sons, He chose the youngest, the smallest, the weakest … David, who was out tending the sheep. When looking for someone to carry His name to the world, God didn’t choose a great speaker with a clean record … He chose a murderer named Paul, who was weak with words. Who did Jesus choose to be the rock of His church? The biggest failure of all His faithful followers … a fisherman named Peter who had no religious training at all. And when looking for someone to stand up to the might and strength of Egypt to set His people free … He chose a frail old man named Moses, slow of speech and afraid … to do the job.

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The Call

God has a calling for your life that is way beyond anything you can do yourself. And He wants to lead you on a journey where you discover the end of your strength in order to find the beginning of His. So that all your faith and all you are is resting on Him.

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God Has a Dream

Langston Hughes wrote: “Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams, for when dreams go, life is a barren field, frozen with snow.” I believe that our dreams will determine our destiny. If we have no dreams we are going to settle for less in life. But if we have big dreams, if we hold on to those dreams, and if God is involved, there is no limit to how high we can soar.

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Our Greatest Need

The greatest need each one of us has is not a different circumstance, it’s not more money, it’s not for God to fix our problems or remove some of the chaos in our lives … our greatest need is a strong, renovated, healthy soul. And that is God’s greatest desire for our life.

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