But Moses pleaded with the Lord, “O Lord, I’m not very good with words. I never have been, and I’m not now, even though you have spoken to me. I get tongue-tied, and my words get tangled.”
It is very easy to be your own judge and your worst critic. It’s also easy to use the characteristic you view as a flaw as a means of doubt and a means to disqualify yourself from many things that the Lord has given you and the task that He has laid before you.
Just as Moses we all have something about us that we believe disqualifies us from being able to do Gods work or being used by Him overall. However the Lord does not disqualify us on account of our flaws or short comings. The Lord, as he equipped Moses who was a stammer to deliver his words and His people is able to do the same for you. There is nothing the Lord cannot use. You only need to avail yourself and allow the Lord to have his way in you. As you enter this last month on the year, make up your mind to be bold and to allow your Maker to do as He please with you. Do not doubt yourself, and do not belittle yourself. Although the time left in this year is not much, it is enough for the Lord to use for greatness. Avail yourself and allow yourself to experience Gods goodness and refreshing.