Go Ye Therefore

The Law of Intuition Part 10

Wisdom Makes the Difference-Proverbs 8:15, 16

Leadership begins with our thoughts even before our actions. When our mind and our attitudes are right, we position ourselves to lead well. Wisdom desires to be the best friend of any leader. Wise leaders also have discernment in relationships, a hatred for what is wrong, and influence.

Disaster of Locust-Joel 1:6, 7

Joel provides us with an example of a leader who rightly reads his times and culture and interprets them for the masses. His divine intuition enables him to stay ahead of the times and lead in a wise manner.

Intuition is like a head start in a race; you can beat the fastest runner in the world with a big enough head start. Joel provides this head start to the Hebrews, then gives them a plan to respond to the coming disaster. “Consecrate a fast, call a sacred assembly; gather the elders and all the inhabitants of the land into the house of the LORD your God, and cry out to the Lord,” he advises them (Joel 1:14). He helps us see that God sometimes uses the natural realm to illustrate realities in the spiritual realm.

Join me next time for The Law of Intuition Part 11