But What If I Fail

God's calling of Moses, possibly the most admired and most recognized of all Hebrew leaders, provides the illustration for this book to inspire Christian believers to serve in an area that may be new to them, or offer a gift, talent, or skill to the God that they may not have previously offered, or be encouraged to get back to work in God's kingdom. The reoccurring theme in this book is reminding readers that just as Moses was not alone in accomplishing God's work, neither are they. Helping to assure that if God chooses to use them, then He is the one who empowers him or her to complete His work. Moses didn't have the greatest start as a leader. Actually, his start was one of uncertainty and doubt. The title is derived from what seems to be the question Moses poses to God in response to God's request to use him, But What If I Fail.