Chapter 3 is the account of Moses' encounter with God and being called to lead his people out of slavery in Egypt. I love that God's Spirit lit up the bush, but the bush wasn't consumed. What a beautiful illustration of how His Spirit works in us, lighting our lives, drawing people to Him through His work in us, yet we are not destroyed..
Moses reacted to God's call as many of us do. He focused on his own weakness Instead of God's power.
But God's call on us Is not about our ability or skill, because God Is able to provide any ability or skill needed. It's not about us having the resources, because God can provide those, too.
What God calls us to do, He provides everything needed for us to accomplish. I've heard it put this way: "Those God calls, He also equips."
So when we feel God drawing us to a dream that seems outrageous, we must pull our eyes away from all the weaknesses and shortcomings that seem so evident, and cast them instead upon the God who has no weaknesses or shortcomings. It's not about us, it's always about Him!