I would just like to share one of my devotions.

Read Exodus 3-5

But Moses said to God “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt” – Exodus 3:11

Rhema: This is one of the great stories on the bible of how God used Moses to save the Israelites from the slavery of Egypt.
There will always come a time when we question our capabilities, if we can do this or not. “Can I really do this?” I think I’m not the best” “I’m just an average person” “I’m too old or I’m too young” – those are just part of excuses when face with challenges or trials. Those things paralyze us from doing greater things. But the Lord assured us, “I call you for a greater purpose.” Everything that happens on our life was part His great plan on our lives.

Reflection: “O Lord I have never been eloquent neither in the past nor since you have spoken to your servant I am slow of speech and tongue – Exodus 4:10

Sometimes God is calling us but because of our numerous excuses, we refused to His calling. I used to be like this. I used my excuses to paralyze my system. But then I realized that I won’t grow if I’ll let these excuses eat my system. I begin to realize that God created me to become the best on His eyes. So I know that there’s no room for excuses ‘coz God has greater plan on my life.

Motivation: “Now go; I will help you speak and will teach you what to say” – Exodus 4:12 “I will be with you” Exodus 3:12

God always assures us that He’s at our side. That He won’t leave us nor forsake us. When venturing new thing, I used to have a lot of fears. But when I had a change of perspective on everything, I begin to realize that God is with me as long as I glorify and acknowledge Him in everything that I do.

Application: We are more than conquerors. It’s time to turn our weaknesses into strength. Stop making excuses because we’re all born for this!

God bless everyone! I missed blogging here (Please do check my personal blog

Devotion was originally published on RJBNet


About Amae Guerrero

Amae Guerrero is a journalist by profession and has been blogging since she was 14. Aside from her personal blog, she has other blog called which seeks to touch people through her amazing stories.
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3 Responses to Devotion

  1. Pingback: Devotion | Self Help Talk

  2. This is a wonderful post, Amae! Moses is a great example to many of us. This beautiful story illustrates how a man who was not meant to speak aloud (in fact his brother Aram was better at it) ended up speking like God himself, because it was God who gave him the ability… Personally, I have the strong belief that all our abilities come from God, whithout Him nothing can be done. God bless you, my lovely Amae! Stay Amaezing!


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