Watchman: Daily Devotional, Exodus 3:11-12, But Moses said to God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and Bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” And God said, “I Will be With You.”

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Indeed, who are we to be sent by Almighty God as His messengers? That God could use someone like me is a profound wonder to the humbled servant of God. When the Apostle Paul declared that God picked him, the worst sinner, to display God's greatness, he knew it better than anybody else. "Who am I?" we can ask, like Moses and Paul. Sinners are redeemed alone by grace! It proves that when God uses us, He can use anyone.

We must not stop at realizing our own weakness, but must also realize God's all-sufficiency. What difference does it make if I am limited? God has no bounds! And if He sent me, He must also strengthen me. Moses admitted to God (as if God didn't already know) that he was not a skilled speaker. "Who fashioned man's mouth?" God replied. We can credit Moses with humility, but he clearly needed to learn certain lessons about God's power to utilize the members of man as His tools (Romans 6:13).

"But who am I to say sent me?" Moses inquired. "Tell them I Am that I Am has sent you," God replied. In Hebrew, the "I Am" is Jehovah, the eternal God. He is the One to whom the past, present, and future are all present at the same time. Man seems weird to question the Eternal God, yet how typical of man! We want to know how God will accomplish this. We want to know how to deal with problems ahead of time because we have so little faith. We are afraid of being embarrassed.

Consider this: "I shall accompany you." Isn't it reason enough to put your faith in Him for the outcome?

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In the Bible, the Watchman is responsible for keeping watch and warning others of potential danger or impending judgment. The role is mentioned several times in the Old Testament, particularly in the book of Ezekiel. In Ezekiel 33:6, God says to the prophet Ezekiel, "But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, so that the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any one of them, that person is taken away in his iniquity, but his blood I will require at the watchman's hand." Click here to begin the journey.

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