It is not so much our ability He has need of, but our availability.
I see a Man like a Son of God walking by the seashore, whistling gently to the waves of those who will come to restore the ruined places and bind up the broken-hearted.
As John the Baptist did so many years ago, we are to “prepare the way” even now . . . prepare the way for the Lord. We do so as disciples rather than prophets, for He has come and is coming. Proclaim this “Good News”, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, by loving one another and using words when necessary. By always seeking and asking to be more like Him; humble, compassionate, forgiving, filled with His love to overflowing . . . a refreshing spring of living water.