Michael's Daily Wisdom



For many years, leaders have come to set an imprint in the world based on how they impact the world, either by having civil rights movement marches or other activism work that help bring change worldwide. Sadly, there are not enough leaders in the world who can carry the mantle other leaders like, Martin Luther King Jr., who was bestowed by God because of his faith and obedience to Him. Currently, we have a new President who is ruling over us and here we are complaining about his tasks. In 1 Timothy 4:12, the scripture tells us, “Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity,” meaning we should set example for people who believe in Christ in faith, love, and dignity in our speech. As leaders of God, we have to allow people to believe in our message so they can receive it and bring change, which is needed now more than ever before.

As God’s people, we should stop complaining about our leaders who are bringing change in our world and start accepting their leadership qualities. Although we do not like our new leader, we have to show our support and expect great things from him, not only for our country but for ourselves going forward. I believe there should be more leaders in our world today to stand up for the right things, not for violence. We need to set a better example for the generation that is coming up behind us and show them God’s ways, not our ways. A leader should always lead by example, no matter how challenging it may be. So, my dear friends, it is important that we develop a Christ-like character and help mentor the youth because they will be our next leaders. I hope that this message motivates you to become leaders in our country, not followers.

Remember, God will bless you more abundantly!


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