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You Have Enough For God’s Use

Exodus 4:1-8

Memory Verse:
“So the Lord said to him, ‘What is that in your hand?’ He said, ‘A  rod’. And He said, ‘Cast it on the ground.’ So he cast it on the ground, and it became a serpent;” (Exodus 4:2&3a).

In Exodus 3, Moses dwelt on his inadequacies, but God focused on his awesome uniqueness. While Moses claimed that merely telling people that he had met with Yahweh would be rejected as a lie, God demonstrated that public acceptance comes from the appropriate use of the things that God
has deposited in us.

You could not have felt poorer than Moses; he was leading cattle that belonged to his father-in-law and there was no evidence that he possessed any other material thing. He was a fugitive from Pharaoh, with whom he could have laid claim to royalty and power. By human standards, he truly belonged to the backside of the desert.

God drew his attention to the fact that he was not as poor as he thought, and He is reassuring you too now. You may have awesome things in your hands that you are ignorant of just as Moses didn’t know that his rod had more use than directing cattle. When God is with you, be sure that He will direct you to success and prosperity. Whatever you lay your hands on will prosper because it is God who teaches you to get wealth (Deuteronomy 8:18).

Do all you can to ensure that you have a rod in your hand. Learn a trade. Acquire a skill. Do not be idle. Create savings for future investment. Borrow wisely for investment. The law of God is to bless what you have. Your skilled hands will perform miracles. Whatever happens, be bold to use your rod the way God directs you. Your success is guaranteed.

Prayer Points:
1. Lord, help me to identify the rod that is in my hands.
2. Lord, bless the work of my hands.

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