Each and every guy in that home could rightfully say to me, “You have no idea what I am going through.” They would be right.
It is easy to think that we will do great things if only we were given great opportunities.
Am I like Eli’s sons, or am I like Samuel? Have I used my leadership positions and roles for my own greedy gain, or am I truly a servant?
Our great desire is that you will keep on loving others as long as life lasts, in order to make your hope certain. Then you will not become spiritually dull and indifferent. Instead, you will follow the example of those who are going to inherit God’s promises because of their faith and endurance. Hebrews 6:11-12 Read: Ezekiel…
I am so grateful that God gives us second chances. (and third, and fourth, and…)
But when he had become powerful, he also became proud, which led to his downfall. (2 Chronicles 26:16) Read: 2 Chronicles 26:1-28:27, Romans 13:1-14, Psalm 23:1-6, Proverbs 20:11 Relate: One of my favorite hidden gems when it comes to authors is Harry Turtledove. Lets be honest, he isn’t really all that great of an author. The…
I think often most of our problem with regards to leadership is that we think we can do it.
How can you spot an effective, confident leader? Look for the one serving others.
These were the type of guys David gathered around him. They weren’t the cream of the crop. The weren’t the best or the greatest. They weren’t mighty men. At least, they weren’t there yet.
Each of us has things God has called us to do. Each of us have unique talents and gifts that God can use in unique ways. Each of us are leaders if only we would step out of the boat.