Bible Reflection 8 (Exodus 3:11)

Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt? Exodus 3:11

How many times have you considered trying something only to stop yourself and think that there is no way you could do it? Maybe you wanted to make a difference in your community or change jobs, but you convinced yourself that you could not actually succeed in changing things or in starting over.

In those instances, your doubts may have drowned out God’s voice. The Bible is filled with characters who were unsure if they could do what God called them to do. With God’s help, they managed to succeed. The same is true in your own life. Don’t doubt yourself. God believes in you and He is with you. That is all you need.

πŸ“– Habakkuk 3:1γ€œ4 πŸ™
The prophet Habakkuk offers a prayer in this passage, acknowledging the power and majesty of God. He recalls God's past deeds and asks for mercy and intervention in the present.

πŸ“– Philippians 3:14 πŸ™
The apostle Paul expresses his determination to press on toward the goal of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. It reflects Paul's commitment to continue growing in his faith and pursuing the purpose God has for him.