Exodus 3:11 But Moses said to God, “Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?”

Some of us discredit ourselves to be used for Kingdom purposes as if God doesn’t know our background. We’ll say we don’t have the money, experience, or a clean background to do what God has called us to do. Here’s good news: God did His homework and still approved us to do great and mighty things for His glory.

Being used for the Kingdom is not limited to preaching or singing in the choir. Being used in the Kingdom is accomplishing whatever God has called us to accomplish for His glory. Some have been called to cosmetology. If that person steps out on faith and becomes a cosmetologist, God will honor that and elevate their lives in ways they can’t even imagine. Some of us have been called to be in construction. If that person fulfills their assignment by being in construction, God can exalt that construction worker to the point where they own a construction company.

When we get to the top of our God-called profession, we’ll have a platform to stand on where we can give God the glory. Don’t count yourself out for one reason or another. Leave yourself open to be used by God.

Inspired by Barbara Calloway