Christians are to be nice, not naive. (See Luke. 20:23).
Leaders who insulate themselves from others and choose to bear their burdens single-handedly are destined for loneliness and burnout. Leaders, like everyone else, need friends and perhaps in light of the load they carry, even more so.
When spiritual leaders have done their jobs, the people around them have encountered God and obeyed his will.
Every day, you are to offer your life to God for His service. You do not serve Him in your spare time or with your leftover resources. The way you live your life for God is your offering to Him.
When God has access to our heart, mind, and soul through years of fellowship and worship, He allows us to see more of His activity and to be more involved in His miraculous work.
Our problem as leaders is we do everything we know to do. That's not enough. We need to do everything God wants us to do.
You may not realize it, but your life has the potential to bless everyone you encounter.
You do not have to like a leader before you can show them respect!
It’s not where you’ve been that really matters but where you are heading.
Regardless of how badly you handled yesterday, today provides a fresh opportunity to do things right!
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