Moses said; “I am not a man of words”. Stephen of the Bible was said to be “mighty in words and deeds” If we read of their exploits, there is no contradiction here; they were both correct.
Moses power was definitely not in himself but in what God added to his words, followed by how they were “managed” to impact the hearers mind by the Holy Spirit.
We can learn from this as we ask of ourselves “Who am I”; What can I do?” Moses did not suddenly become eloquent. He waited. If we step ahead of God we are in danger of becoming puffed up; full of ourselves. In this God requires weakness and willingness.
In this sense we are expected to become teachers and mentors for this principle. Tomorrow I begin to teach sketching (drawing) at my new residence. The theme is; ‘Sketching, The Bones of Visual Arts”. God will fill in the blanks in my discourse. He knows way more about art than I do. I will wear my favorite T-shirt that says; My Father is a Great Artist… Have you seen His work?”
He is the “bones” for our every undertaking; the very wind beneath our wings.