We’ve all had times when we thought that, without us, everything was going to fall apart.
So we had our hands in everything—the little things and the big things. We dashed from location to location, from job to job, doing everything and complaining that no one would help.
True be told, there were people who would help, if they knew what to do; if someone would take the time to train them. There were also people who could help, if we would let go of our need to to control every aspect.
Part of being a leader—whether a church leader, or a leader at your work, or even as a parent—is to train and lead people to take over for you.
This is the lesson that Moses discovers.