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Passion Week Devotional: Moses

Written by: Nikki Hearon

"And Moses said unto God, 'Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?'" 
~ Exodus 3:11

 In his commentary, Matthew Henry notes that Moses' life was divided into three "forties." In the first forty, he was literally a prince in Egypt. Those forty years ended with Moses fleeing from Egypt after he murdered a man.  When we see him again in chapter three of Exodus, he is 80 years old and a sheepherder working for his father-in-law, a full forty years after he fled Egypt. From prince to sheepherder--what a difference in his life! But Moses did not realize that God was ready to use him in a great way.

How wonderful to know that God does not judge our usefulness by our imperfections and our past. When God showed himself to Moses and set forth the task, Moses asked God the same question we would ask, "Who am I?" Surely, like many of us, Moses wondered who would believe that God called him? Who was he to make demands of Pharaoh? Who was he that the children of Israel would follow him even though God sent him? He was a fugitive and seemingly at the lowest point in his life. Moreover, further reading tells us that Moses was a man who had to speak slowly and lacked eloquence. (Ex 4:10). Everything about Moses indicated that God could find a better candidate.

I find such hope and peace studying how God used Moses when it seemed Moses was heading into his quiet golden years.  As someone who finds it physically hard to speak, I am always fearful when I am called upon to talk. I also think of where I am in my life compared to where I believe I should be (or should have been) and I cannot help but question God's choice to let me serve. Surely, surely, there is someone else because, "Who am I?" Yet, the absolute beauty of Moses' story, and his many imperfections, is that it allowed God to show His glory. It allowed God to demonstrate His perfect grace and how He keeps His promises. I am forever humbled and grateful that God chose to use me with all my imperfections to serve His people with talents He gave me.  

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