The Lord found favor, chose David, and had him anointed by Samuel.
Daily BlogLeadership Scripture is replete with examples of how leaders rise and fall. One of the reasons why I believe the Bible is the inspired word of God is because it so honestly and accurately portrays the plight of human beings regarding their reasons for success and failure.
From what I have observed many, if not most, leaders do not end well. The following reasons have to do with long-lasting success or failure.
Some may experience both for a short period of time but not end up that way in the long term. The following are 11 reasons why leaders are promoted by God for lifelong effectiveness: They are promoted by God to be used by God to complete a particular assignment God promotes who He chooses Psalm There is no other explanation.
There are some folks that we know who are very effective and very godly leaders who are not very well known. Then, there are well known leaders who are not very effective or godly. It is a divine mystery to why God gives some people more of a public platform than others.
Like Paul said, no person should boast or brag as if they themselves have elevated themselves; everything we have received has come from God. Thus we should not be jealous of others or become worried about the amount of influence we have Proverbs 3: They have learned to live a life of brokenness and dependence on God instead of living a life based on their own strength and giftedness I have been in full-time ministry for over 30 years, and one thing I have found is that the true people of God who have a track record of long-time success all have one thing in common: Like Jacob of old, they walk with a limp Genesis Anyone who has allowed God to deal with them will walk with a limp.
They have learned from the lessons of the past All of us will go through great challenges in our lives. The book of Proverbs tells us that a person who accepts correction is wise In the arena of life, not only will wise people like our parents or pastors attempt to correct us, but the situations of life are also orchestrated by God so that we are conformed to His image Romans 8: They have learned from the lessons of what others have experienced Effective leaders do a lot of reading of other successful leaders, and do a lot of listening when in the company of wise, great leaders.
We have to do more listening than speaking and make time to fellowship with great minds by reading the books of those we want to emulate. They get adequate counsel Proverbs teaches us that before we go to war we need an abundance of counsel. To be effective you must learn to hire staff based on your weaknesses, while concentrating on your areas of expertise and strength.
The smartest people in the world are those who know and have access to the smartest people they can possibly surround themselves with. They have adequate coaching and mentoring in specific areas of need I have an inner circle of people and receive coaching in numerous areas of my life.
They are accountable to others If you desire long-lasting success then you must have accountability regarding your finances, marriage, personal relationships, how you do ministry, strategic planning, and the like. Because all of us have a dark side, we need to have open relationships with people God has assigned to us and give permission to speak correction into our lives.
They live a balanced life that includes emotional and physical health Jesus was both human and divine. Many of us forget that we must take care of our emotional and physical health, not just run on spiritual fumes and anointing!
We are called to love our neighbor even as we love ourselves. If we do not care for ourselves we will burn out and not be able to be a blessing to others! We need to set physical and emotional boundaries that limit our activities and what we say yes to, so that we will remain a blessing to our families and have time to minister to the Lord for self-renewal.
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