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Principle Four: Champion Your Followers – Even at Your Own Expense

February 27, 2017 0 Comments

The Course Think Like Jesus, Lead Like Moses presents Ten Leadership Lessons  based on a study of the life of Moses.   In this FREE course (take by CLICKING HEREyou’ll find video lessons where I discuss each lesson.

One of the teaching tools used in the course is video clips from various movies to illustrate a given leadership concept.  Principle #4 uses a video clip from the movie Star Trek: Generations. I’ve embedded that video clip here for your review.

 

Each lesson develops a Key Verse, Thought for Reflection, and Point to Ponder.

Key Verse: Exodus 32:7-34, especially verse 32: “But now, if You will, forgive their sin – and if not, please blot me out from Your book which You have written.”

Thought for Reflection: As you reflect upon the significance of this lesson, consider how God has called you to sacrificial leadership in your work, your marriage and your community:

thinkleadlesson41. Has God given you wealth and position?

2. Has He given into your care the raising of children to mature adulthood?

3. Has He raised you up to a level of authority over others
If you answer yes to any of these, consider the examples of Moses and Aaron. Which would you say you most resemble when it comes to standing up for your principles and for those who depend on you? As Christian leaders, the model of Moses is the one we’ve been given to follow

Point to Ponder: Do you have family members, coworkers or church members who depend on you to represent their interests? If so, do you act on their behalf, or run for cover?

 

About the Author:

David Lantz is a self-published author, adjunct college professor and leadership consultant. Visit my online courses at https://generationselfemployed.zenler.com/ and like my facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/wisejargon and

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