Father, I come before you in the name of your son, Jesus Christ. Lord, you know all things. They are all before you like an open book. Who can hide their heart from your presence and your eye? The deeds of the most clever men are exposed before you. Your omniscience knows know bounds - and if it were not for grace, I would be of all men most terrified. But there is grace, abounding and glorious, poured out upon the weakest of men, and abounding to your glory.
Father, I praise you and I worship you; I thank you for all that you are and all that have done. There is no one like you in Heavens and on the Earth or under the earth. You are the King and there is no other. You are Savior and you share your glory with no one. Father, this day you know me and my great need of grace. Why am I here except that you called the weakest among men, the most ignoble among brothers, and that by your grace, often times, the lesser teaches the greater? That is always my case and I praise you. I worship you. Father, help us today, to the wind with eloquence, to hell with brilliant intellect, Father. Let the truth go forward. Let me be changed that the state of your church be more glorious. I pray for grace upon grace and mercy upon mercy for myself and for those who read my blog. Help us, Oh God, and we will be helped; and we will boast in that help in Jesus' Name. AMEN!!!

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Beatitudes For Leaders

Blessed is the leader who knows discouragement, who presents no alibi.

Blessed is the leader who knows where he is going, why he is going and how to go there.

Blessed is the leader who leads for the good of the most concerned, and not for the personal gratification of his own ideas.

Blessed is the leader who develops leaders while leading.
Blessed is the leader who has his head in the clouds but his feet on the ground.

Blessed is the leader who considers criticism and opposition as a call to improvement and a challenge to prove his worth.
Blessed is the leader who considers leadership an opportunity for service.

Blessed is the leader who in spite of being honest and sincere, experiences hardship, misunderstanding, personal risk and sometimes personal loss. In the long run, he will find that the trouble he takes is small compared to the sense of personal fulfilment and achievement for the good of all.

Admire To Be A Leader Of Such A Character. 

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