Helen Keller was asked: Is there anything worse than being blind? She responded:
Yes, a man with sight and no vision.
The 21st Century is a time of massive shaking
Just as the Bible tells us, nations are now experiencing “famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places” (Matthew 24:5-7).
There is also a shifting: in presidential politics to be sure, but also in wealth transfers and in the testing of laws at the state and federal level. You should be aware of the shaking and shifting, but not afraid. One of your Kingdom benefits is visionary leadership. Isaiah 55:4 states: “Indeed I have given him as a witness to the people, a leader and commander for the people.” In King David’s time and in ours, there are vital lessons for visionary leaders.
The four lessons in the bulleted list on the left will help you:
1. Be a leader with the mind of Christ
2. Better position the ministry you serve for spiritual growth
3. Spread the good news beyond your four walls
4. Make the most of the Bookstore resources
I am a useful member in the Body of Christ. I roll my works upon the Lord. I commit and trust them wholly to Him. He will cause my thoughts to become agreeable to His will. He clears my vision for humble service.