All throughout scripture, we see Jesus using broken people to share Hope to a broken world. He didn’t use the popular, rich or successful, but rather the, poor, broken and faithful.
It doesn’t matter where you’ve been, what you’ve done, or who you use to be. God can use all people for the good of His will.
- Abraham -Was old.
- Elijah – Was suicidal.
- Joseph – Was abused.
- Job – Went bankrupt.
- Moses – Had a speech problem.
- Gideon – Was afraid.
- Samson – Was a womanizer.
- Rahab – Was a prostitute.
- Samaritan Woman – Divorced.
- Noah – Was a Drunk.
- Jeremiah – Was young.
- Jacob – Was a liar.
- David – Was a murderer.
- Jonah – Ran from God.
- Naomi – Was a widow.
- Peter – Denied Christ three times
- Martha – Worried about everything.
- Zacchaeus – Was small and money hungry.
- The Disciples – Fell asleep while praying.
- Paul – A Pharisee who persecuted Christians before becoming one.
Romans 8:28 – And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.
If you ever feel like you aren’t worthy enough, remember that Jesus used broken people to share Hope to a broken people.
Jesus didn’t call the equipped, He equipped the called.
- Jarrid Wilson