Let God's words be your worth.
Messages come from just about everywhere. Teachers, coaches, friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, family, TV, your phone—everyone is trying to tell us something. Some messages are easy to tune out, while others—the more personal ones—have a way of sticking. Not only do we listen to messages when they’re personal, we sometimes start to believe them. And whether we realize it or not, the positive and negative messages we believe have a way of directing the paths we choose for our lives. We make decisions about who we are and who we aren’t, what we’ll do and what we won’t do, because of the words we’ve heard. Moses found himself facing the same issue. And just like we do, he had a choice to make: Would he let the messages of others limit or direct his life? Or would he tune in to the only message that matters—the message from God? As we look one more time at his story this week, we’ll see just how important it is to let the message that defines us come from the One who made us.