And who is adequate for these things?

To my surprise Ava Pennington writes about Moses in the cleft of the rock on the first day of her devotional, Daily reflections on the names of God. Exodus 33:12-23. We are studying the life of Moses in BSF this year and I just can not forget the moment one of our class mates pointed out … that in order for our Father to put Moses in a cleft in the rock, and cover Moses with His hand until He had passed by.

To understand this statement means our Father touched Moses with His hand. He Himself moved Moses from one place to the clef in the rock. This is how very close Moses was to God. I want to be so close to God that He moves the all of me with His mighty hand.

Today, from Sylvia Gunter’s Prayer Portions is an attribute of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ is …

ad·e·qua·cy
ˈadikwəsē/
noun
the state or quality of being adequate.
He is adequate. He is enough. #Jesus365
To the one an aroma from death to death, to the other an aroma from life to life. And who is adequate for these things? 2 Corinthians 2:16 (NASB)