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“God doesn’t call the qualified, He qualifies the called!” That quotation frequently then is followed by a list of biblical figures who fell far short of perfection, but whom God used in significant ways. And the same is true for each of us. In 2 Corinthians, the apostle Paul talks about the challenges he faces and highlights that those challenges are ways in which God began to use him. Paul says that even in his own weakness, God let him know, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness” (2 Corinthians 12:9). 

If your goals in life don’t go beyond your own strength, or if they don’t demand that you rely on the power of the Holy Spirit, then likely you are not paying close enough attention to God’s call. Join us as we focus on how God used the “unqualified”—people like us—as part of the greatest story ever told.

Sept. 6   Confronting Our Cheating: Jacob and God’s Persistence

    (Genesis 25:27-34; 27:1-13)

Sept. 13  Dealing with Impatience: Sarah and the Promises of God

     (Genesis 16:1-6, 18:1-14)

Sept. 20  Overcoming Lack of Confidence: Moses and God’s Needs

     (Exodus 3:7-12; 4:1-3, 10-17)

Sept. 27  Tempering Our Speech: Miriam’s Gossip and God’s Judgment

     (Numbers 12:1-16)

Oct. 4  Moving Beyond Moodiness and Burnout: Elijah Leaning on God

     (1 Kings 19:1-15, 18)

Oct. 11  Finding Focus in Distraction: Martha and the Priorities of God

     (Luke 10:38-42)

Oct. 18  Calming Our Impulsiveness: Peter’s Temper

     (Matthew 16:22-23; 26:51-53)

Oct. 25  Tempering Our Zeal: Christ and Paul’s Regarding All as Loss 

     (Acts 7:54-8:2; Phil 3:2-16)