Real quick, I wanted to drop some life lessons I am learning from our guy Moses. He lives mostly in Exodus and most known for confronting the biggest power in the world. He led millions of enslaved Israelites out of Egypt. Pretty spectacular resume hook.
1. Moses was insecure.
But God still used him. He was raised like royalty in the Egyptian palace with Pharaoh's daughter. One could think he got a big head or felt entitled because of his status... but Moses was quite down-to-earth. And when God called him to lead, he didn't feel qualified.
2. God equipped Moses.
Leading an entire nation to freedom wasn't a small feat. Moses remained approachable, compassionate (albeit frustrated at their frequent worship of idols) and meek.
3. Moses was meek
"The man Moses was very meek, more than all people who were on the face of the earth" (Numbers 12:3). Why is this important to our LFLS community? By learning and absorbing character traits the God celebrates, we will more easily live out our mission to love fast and live slow. Let's start today.
What can you do to be MORE meek this week?
Thanks for reading!