There are times in life as a leader when God is silent. It is like being in darkness. Read on to learn how to lead well in the darkness.
Saul always walked the line between dark and light, and he finally turns to the dark side. The potential lives in all of us. Turn to Jesus.
The story of David and Goliath is a testament to God’s gracious mercy, but it is also a comparison in leadership versus anti-leadership.
If you are a follower of Jesus, the Holy Spirit is available to anoint you — for leadership among other things.
It is so easy to forget our role in the heat of the moment. Saul forgot who he was – anointed one in Israel. In some area of your life, you are a leader. Don’t forget to fulfill that role!
God has an ideal for us. He has a way our lives should go, but if we are humble after our mistakes, God will continue to work with us.
If you feel like the world is all doom and gloom, you know how Israel felt in the time of Samuel. They were dying for a leader. Is it possible you are to be that leader?
God isn’t worried about your role. God watches at how you handle responsibility. The more you do with it, the more he’ll give you!
1 Samuel 2 chronicles the downfall of a nation. Today, our nation has begun to worship the gifts over the giver of those gifts.
Stuck in a hard place, it’s easy to say, “This is just the way it is.” Nope. There is always a choice and salvation available to you.