Fight with What’s In Your Hand
God wants to use what you have.
God wants to take the natural and use it in a supernatural way; this is the favor of God. One of the greatest temptations is not using what God has given. (Exodus 4:1-3, NKJV) God has already given you what He is calling you to use. (Romans 12:4, NKJV)
God wants you to depend upon Him. (Exodus 4:3-4, NKJV)
God wants to take the natural things in your life and make them supernaturally blessed. God is not asking you to give Him what you don’t have, He’s asking you to use what you do have. Moses cast his rod, which represents him giving the rod to the Lord.
How do you deal with the “snake”, or curse, in all the natural things in your life?
Cast it to the Lord. Reach out your hand and take it by the tail. (Exodus 4:4) When you take it by the tail, God will take the head!
Give what is natural to the Lord and see the touch of the curse replaced with the supernatural touch of God.
God will confirm your calling.
God will confirm His calling in your life through others. (Exodus 4:5-9, NKJV)
God will supply what you need. (Exodus 4:10-11, NKJV, TLB)
If God wants to use you, He can take what’s weak and make it strong where He will get the honor and glory. Many times, we are the ones who miss out on the blessing. (Exodus 4:12-14, NKJV) God started and closed with what Moses had in his hand.