Have you ever felt that you weren’t good enough, smart enough, or skilled enough? Have you ever felt that no matter what you did, you couldn’t measure up to the standard expected of you? This week we are introduced to Moses, a man who struggled with feelings of inadequacy. See, God had selected him as His representative, a responsibility with enormous weight and importance. However, Moses had heavy reservations about God’s decision. So what did God do? Knowing Moses’ hesitation, He brought Moses’ brother, Aaron, to his aid. God had equipped Aaron with the gift of effective communication, which, in turn, gave Moses the confidence he needed to respond to what God was asking of Him. God knows all about our insecurities and hesitations, but He is also well aware of His limitless power. His power is made perfect in our weakness (2 Cor. 12:9). The salvation of the Israelite people was not dependent upon Moses’ abilities, but rather God’s power and faithfulness to His chosen people. God made good on His promise to Abraham centuries earlier. In fact, it is impossible for God NOT to make good on His promises. Today, thank Him for His faithfulness and His promises to you.