"With You"Stuart JonesTeachers like to tell students that there are no dumb questions. Maybe that’s true. But Moses came pretty close. Moses answered God, “But why me? What makes you think that I could ever go to Pharaoh and lead the children of Israel out of Egypt?” Exodus 3:11 (The Message) Keep in mind that Moses asked the question while standing next to a burning bush and listening to the voice of God. Sometimes it’s hard to miss the significance of the moment. But Moses had a problem. His past didn’t measure up to his moment. He knew where he had been, what he had done, and who he was. It probably didn’t occur to Moses that he could throw it down and do the extraordinary thing God had planned. If you’ve been attending First Christian in recent weeks and months, you probably have figured out that we believe God has something extraordinary planned. Coming to that conclusion hasn’t been easy. We looked at our past. We asked, “But why us? What makes you think we could ever lead the people of Hardin County closer to Jesus?” We know where we’ve been, what we’ve done, and who we are. We believe God is answering us in the same way He answered Moses. “I’ll be with you.” Exodus 3:12 (The Message) What else do we need to know?