You’re Not Qualified

Have you ever asked yourself the question, What makes someone qualified to do something? I’m not talking about becoming a doctor or lawyer, but being qualified to serve the Lord and be used by Him for His work.

To be honest, I hadn’t put a lot of thought into it until recently. My brother was talking to someone about our band and how we lead worship in different churches around the country. The individual told my brother, “Well, you guys just aren’t qualified to lead worship.”

That got me to thinking:

  • How does someone become qualified to serve the Lord?
  • Do we need to be qualified to serve Him?
  • Who defines what “qualified” really means as it relates to ministry?
  • Did God use “qualified” men and women in Scripture?

Check out this vlog for the answers I found in God’s Word.

Here are a couple of questions I’d love to hear your thoughts on after you watch the video.

  1. Do you think you need to be “qualified” to be used by Jesus? If yes, how do we become qualified?
  2. Have you ever had to do something you felt you weren’t qualified to do? What happened?

About Author

Beecher Proch calls the Hill Country of Texas home. When he’s not writing, performing with his three siblings in their band, or attempting to get a smile out of someone, you’ll probably find him working on a new entrepreneurial venture. Beecher is passionate about influencing the world for Christ’s Kingdom through stories, be that blogging, writing meaningful music, or going about it the old-fashioned way and taking a pen to the page.

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