The Unwilling Servants are often the chosen of God!
Voice of Grace (Sunday Spiritual Menu Series)
Delivered by ASE Joseph Olorunnisola, July 2, 2006
of his Mandate through work of miracle.
Today’s lessons have been taken from Exodus 4: 1-10 and II Corinthians 12:
Who am I that I should go unto Pharoh. For Pharoh was about the greatest king
in the world then. He was holding a position that was equivalent to that of the
President of The United States. For a slave and more seriously, a fugitive
offender to be commissioned to challenge such a king is almost unthinkable, but
Moses was commissioned by Almighty God, the only King of Kings and Lords of
Lords. When you are truly commissioned by God, you are having the backing of the
Supreme power of the heavens behind you. Every other power is irrelevant
.Israelites say to me, “What is his name”. What shall I say unto them?
Moses finally told God clearly in verse 13, I am not interested in this mission please look for somebody else and God’s anger was kindled – against him.
Such was the situation with Gideon, Jeremiah, Jonah, Elijah and even Paul,
the great apostle of old. They were all forced into the ministry by the shining
hand of God against their fear and. Others, biblical leaders though not forced
never expected or worked for the call. They were simply God’s calling is
certainly not of might, wisdom, dedication or intellect but simply by his grace
and “by my spirit” said the lord of hosts. Zech. 4:6. Three characteristics are
common in all that are called by God: humility, purity of mind, and callousness.
ASE Joseph Olorunnisola, Voice of Grace Parish, Ewing, New Jersey
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