Do you ever wish you had just a little more information?

Does limited details and lack of clarity leave you feeling incapable?


Today I’m talking about Moses. Moses had all the details. God gave him specifics on what he was to do and how he was to do it.

But he still struggled.

Even with all the details Moses still wanted God to find someone else to do the job. 

Moses was so focused on what he didn’t have and what he believed he couldn’t do that he missed out on what God could do through him. He didn’t recognize that what he needed was already in his hand. 

The what if’s, the insecurities and believing that we know better than God…not always by what we say but often what we do (or don’t do), can keep us from experiencing the power of God in our lives.


Do what God said to do, the way that He said to do it. Trust Him. Be encouraged. Believe that He has equipped you to do whatever it is He has called you to do. You are the person for the job. You are capable because His power is at work in you.

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  • What “job” has God asked you to do?
  • When you don’t feel capable, how do fight the temptation to say “Lord, please find someone one else”?
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Highlights from Today’s Episode:

“Encouragement When You Don’t Feel Capable” 

  • Details don’t give you strength. Moses had all the details and he still struggled.
  • If you are not careful you will talk yourself out of the very thing God is trying to talk you into.
  • Don’t despise the small things. Do whatever it is God has asked you to do.

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If you are not careful you will talk yourself out of the very thing God is trying to talk you into.

Use what you have, don’t get caught up with what you don’t have.

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