Jerks for Jesus

“Jacob was a manipulator, Peter was impulsive, John had a temper, David had an affair, Noah got drunk, Jonah ran from God, Paul was a murderer, Gideon was insecure, Miriam was a gossip, Martha was a worrier, Thomas was a doubter, Sarah was impatient, Elijah was afraid, Jeremiah was depressed, Moses stuttered, Zacchaeus was short, Abraham was old, Lazarus was dead… God does not call the qualified—He qualifies the called.” —Unknown

What can’t God do through you today? It’s not about your qualifications, it’s about His—and He chose you. On Purpose.

Have a mighty day.


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Jay McCarl

Author, pastor, speaker, chaplain, teacher, Bible lands tour leader, artist, musician, husband, dad, blessed. There you go.

3 thoughts on “Jerks for Jesus”

  1. I heard you on YouTube talk about Sodom & Gomorrah about an element found there that is a biproduct of a nuclear explosion. Could you please tell me the name of it. My small group is currently studying the Book of Revelation and we are using Decoding the Future. Thank you so much. We are learning so much!


    1. Bless you Mike—it’s called “trinitite”, which requires heat in excess of 14k degrees Fahrenheit, typically found at nuclear test sites. Dr. Stephen Collins documented the discovery and published it in Biblical Archeology Review. Blessings! —j


      1. Thanks Brother, we are on lesson 9 this Sunday- the church at Laodicea. What a loving, forgiving LORD and Savior. I heard a brother talk about his research he did on the early church fathers and he came across writings from the 3rd century that showed the church at Laodicea standing strong against many of the churches disputing the reality of the 1000 year Millennial Reign of Christ. So they were wise to heed to the LORDS Counsel. Thank you Jay for being so obedient and zealous for the Kingdom!
        Titus 2:13


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