Leadership Issues: Choosing Part 1
Lessons from Gideon-Judges 7:1-25
Lessons we learn from this effective leader:
- A committed leader always attracts many people.
- God wants the credit for our victories.
- Early fallout always occurs before a battle begins (their choice).
- Later fallout often occurs before the battle begins (God’s choice).
- God doesn’t choose the way we choose.
- God wants quality of leaders, not necessarily quantity.
- A few committed leaders with a strategy will bring victory.
- When a few triumph, the masses rally.
Why Unlikely Leaders-Judges 7:16-25
Why does God often choose unlikely leaders? Consider the following reasons:
- To catch the attention of the world
- To bring honor to Himself
- To keep the message simple
- To prompt reliance upon Him, not people
- To fill us with His power
Join me next time for Leadership Issues: Choosing Part 2