God Can Use You Too

by Kevin on September 10, 2010

I’m not good at very many things. It seems like I have nothing to offer God that someone could not do better. We often use this  excuse and it’s as old as Moses. He too tried to make excuses of why God shouldn’t use him. Take a couple of minutes and see how God wants no one else in the world except you.

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  • Thanks Kevin, I really needed that one today. 🙂

    • Kevin

      I nearly didn’t post that video because I didn’t like it that much. Then I watched it a couple of times and took my own advice. I just hope God uses something as simple and un-eloquent as this. It really doesn’t matter what I think about it.

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  • Thanks for the message Kevin. And for the insight through your comment to Seiji. You are a brave man. Every time I have tried to make a video I give up ’cause I didn’t like how it turned out. What a great example of trusting God to work through our weaknesses!

  • I read in a book one time that quoted a piece of research that indicated that each of us is better at something than the next 10,000 people. Far too often we compare our weakness to others’ strengths. I see folks in ministry that can sing like an angel, they have a voice made for radio, they seem to have the entire Bible memorized, and they are as eloquent as Marin Luther King, Jr. I have to remember that God doesn’t need two of anybody. That’s why he made me just the way I am. UNIQUE!

    As I transition in ministry, I have been down on myself many times as I foolishly compare myself to others. Instead of throwing myself a pity party, I remind myself of the many things I learned about myself over the years and then I ask God to make a way for me to put that to use.

    • Kevin

      Yeah, I’m the world’s worst at trying to compare myself to other people. Doesn’t matter if it’s bloggin, joggin, or ropin’. I have a unique skill set that no one has ever had or will have. When we come to realize we are really one of a kind, then the comparin’ seems to slow down a little bit.

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