Who is your Aaron?

Who is your Aaron? Whom has God chosen to hold your hand until such a time that your ready? When God asked Moses to go to Pharaoh in Egypt, Moses reminded God that he was slow in speech (of which God already knew) but God knew that he would send Moses. And so it was that God said “You shall speak all that I command you, and your brother Aaron shall speak to Pharaoh that he should let my people go.” So it was that Aaron was the spokesman for Moses.

God knows all what you can do now and what you cannot do. He knows the potential that you have, what you can achieve and He also knows what holds us back. He knew Moses was slow to speech, He created Him that way! Yet He still choose him as a leader to lead the children of Israel out of Egypt. Sometimes God places a vision into your life, and at the same time He knows, at that particular moment, you will need someone to guide you. These are the Aaron’s in our lives! You want to become a writer, but you have absolutely no idea how to start, how it’s done and so forth. God sends people into our lives so that they can help us to reach where He wants us to Go. Some Aaron’s will only stay for a short time, while others will last a lifetime. The Aaron’s act like pace setters, they set the pace, all you have to do is keep up and maintain the standards of quality!

These (Aaron’s) hold our hands and lead us until such a time that we are strong enough to handle situations on our own. Who is your Aaron? Whom has God sent into your life to be a blessing? Whom has God sent to hold your hand? Whom has God sent to open for you doors? Remember God always pays for what He orders, He always makes a way!

Blessings!!

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