S'up Ya'll. God through Mr. Frank Ski, has a female MOSES in his camp. Praise be to God! Her name is Cheryl. And like the father-in-law of Moses, the Holy Ghost is speaking, teaching, guiding and blessing her spirit. Like God with Moses, Mr. Ski has given her great assignment that takes so much spirit to do daily. And like God with Moses, if she were not able to do it; then Mr. Frank would not have chosen her for heading up the Youth Bowl III December 2nd & 9th.
13-14 The next day Moses took his place to judge the people. People were standing before him all day long, from morning to night. When Moses' father-in-law saw all that he was doing for the people, he said, "What's going on here? Why are you doing all this, and all by yourself, letting everybody line up before you from morning to night?"
15-16 Moses said to his father-in-law, "Because the people come to me with questions about God. When something comes up, they come to me. I judge between a man and his neighbor and teach them God's laws and instructions."
17-23 Moses' father-in-law said, "This is no way to go about it. You'll burn out, and the people right along with you. This is way too much for you—you can't do this alone. Now listen to me. Let me tell you how to do this so that God will be in this with you. Be there for the people before God, but let the matters of concern be presented to God. Your job is to teach them the rules and instructions, to show them how to live, what to do. And then you need to keep a sharp eye out for competent men—men who fear God, men of integrity, men who are incorruptible—and appoint them as leaders over groups organized by the thousand, by the hundred, by fifty, and by ten. They'll be responsible for the everyday work of judging among the people. They'll bring the hard cases to you, but in the routine cases they'll be the judges. They will share your load and that will make it easier for you. If you handle the work this way, you'll have the strength to carry out whatever God commands you, and the people in their settings will flourish also."
24-27 Moses listened to the counsel of his father-in-law and did everything he said. Moses picked competent men from all Israel and set them as leaders over the people who were organized by the thousand, by the hundred, by fifty, and by ten. They took over the everyday work of judging among the people. They brought the hard cases to Moses, but in the routine cases they were the judges. Then Moses said good-bye to his father-in-law who went home to his own country.
In closing, Cheryl's actions remind me so much of this Scripture below. And God continue to bless you...oh, to you and Mr. Frank; thanks for allowing the Ga.Ruff Ryder's, Augusta Ruff Ryder's, Columbus Ruff Ryder's, Albany Ruff Ryder's, Macon Ruff Ryder's, Tennesse Ruff Ryder's and any other chapter/state need be, to be a part of the Mr. Frank Ski children's blessing.
22 As long as I'm alive in this body, there is good work for me to do.