This week we’re talking about one of the greatest of the biblical leaders, Moses, of whom the American preacher, DL Moody, reportedly said that,
[he] spent forty years thinking he was somebody, forty years learning he was nobody, and forty years discovering what God can do with a nobody.
To put that in other terms, Moses’ life falls into three phases:
- The formative years, marked first by the actions of others, and later by a significant decision;
- The exile (wilderness) years, during which Moses appears to lose his enthusiasm for the task of leadership;
- The leadership years, marked by the challenges of leadership, but also by the privilege of being favoured by God.
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