By John C. Maxwell
Leaders desire encouragement too, and who higher to ship it than the chief of leaders!
Applauded as one of many world's preferred management specialists, John Maxwell brings lots of his successful innovations and scriptural meditations right into a day-by-day devotional/journal layout, designed in particular for leaders. each one devotional is added with John’s trademark type of self belief and readability, via area for writing own mirrored image. incorporated are a bunch of proper themes together with luck, stewardship, teamwork, and mentoring—all issues that ring precise to each leader’s heart.
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One of the finest examples of sacrifice by a leader in the Bible can be seen in the life of Moses. He could easily be the “poster child” for leadership sacrifice. He grew up like a son of Pharaoh, a prince. As a boy, he enjoyed every privilege and pleasure of the palace. Yet Moses risked all of that to try to help his people. And in fact, he lost everything. After murdering an Egyptian, he faced exile in the desert of Midian, and for forty years he lived with the sacrifice he had made before learning that God intended to use him as a leader.
You might think that every Jew would jump at this opportunity to leave a land of captivity and go home, but out of a population of hundreds of thousands of Jews (in 538 BC), only 49,897 responded to the offer. The ones who did return gave up a life of comfort and familiarity to pursue a life of rebuilding. A risk like this is tough for most people. Most people generally take the path of least resistance and migrate toward comfort zones. This is why leaders must both model courage and call forth courage from others.
One of the reasons God has put leaders in the church is to help every person find his or her place. I sometimes think of it as finding and polishing hidden gems. Leaders are meant to help others become the people God created them to be. They are called to discover the hidden, encourage the uncertain, develop the untrained, and empower the powerless. They are gifted to mine the gems. Never forget that Jesus looked at an impulsive, uneducated fisherman named Simon and saw a diamond in the rough. Jesus even called him Peter the rock.
A Leader's Heart: 365-Day Devotional Journal by John C. Maxwell