The proven character of a leader can be a safety net to many others (Acts 27:41-44). The soldiers wanted to kill the prisoners. They didn’t want any of them to escape.
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One of the most difficult things to handle as a leader is when those closest to you complain to you. God takes complaints about leaders seriously because no one becomes a leader without His permission (1Sam 8:7).
One lesson from John the Baptist’s life is that he was a humble leader. He pointed others to Him “who is mightier than I, whose sandal strap I am not worthy to stoop down and loose” (Mark 1:7).
Humble but strong leaders, resolute in their values and beliefs, make a lasting impact. Jim Collins, in his book “Good to Great,” says that this kind of leader is at the top of the leadership pyramid. Here are some questions to ask yourself.