The apostle Paul was an accomplice to murder and God used him in a mighty way.
David was an adulterer and a murderer and God used him in a mighty way.
Peter denied knowing Jesus and God used him in a mighty way.
Abraham was a liar and God used him in a mighty way.
Ruth was a heathen and an immigrant and God used her in a mighty way.
The woman at the well was a fornicator (currently in a sinful relationship) and God use her in a mighty way.
So tell me, what is it about you that makes you think God will not use you in a mighty way?
Many of us think like that, believing that our actions limit what we can do for God, but as we read the Bible and see who God did use this is an irrational thought.
God does not wait until people are perfect before He can use them; if He did He would have nobody to carry out His work.
It is not our actions that limit what we can do for God but our mindset, what we think, especially about God and about ourselves.
God can use you if you will let Him.
He will equip and qualify you in order to do what He wants, you are not chosen because of your wisdom, might or nobility.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that You can use me in a mighty way”.
1 Corinthians 1 v 26…..For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many are mighty, not many noble, are called