Exodus 4:10

And Moses said unto the Lord, O my Lord, I am not eloquent, neither heretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto thy servant: but I am slow of aspeech, and of a bslow tongue.


Moses had a hard time trusting in the Lord in this thing. Over and over he tells the Lord that people would not listen to him because he didn\’t speak well.  He still did what the Lord asked him to, but I imagine he was nervous and anxious instead of bold and confident. The Lord was still able to use him to accomplish what he planned and He can still use us even when we don\’t fully trust. But we need to remember to trust in the Lord when He tells us something.


Today I am grateful for a Bishop who went out of his way to get me the help I needed even though he stayed an extra day in Cedar City.

Random Thoughts

Three things I did great today:

  • I got my entry onto the rotator for the Ministry of Freedom.
  • I attended the weekly training call for Blake Nubar\’s program despite that I am stuck because of everything I have to do right now.
  • I made the effort to go to the Affiliate Coaching Labs call today. It was canceled due to unforeseen circumstances, but still I made the time and effort to attend.

Tomorrow I head to Utah for Loren\’s funeral. I probably won\’t have as much time to read and write as I make normally, but I will try to do some. But I will be mostly focused on family for the next almost a week. I am glad all the family is making the effort to support Heather and Mari during this time. I know it\’s hard for them.

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