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Summary: Servanthood is the only godly leadership the Bible teaches. Leadership through domination, manipulation and control are considered the spirit of witchcraft, and of course, releases the wrong spirit.

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Servanthood is the only godly leadership the Bible teaches. Leadership through domination, manipulation and control are considered the spirit of witchcraft, and of course, releases the wrong spirit.

I. People will not go along with you until they get along with you.

a. Sell yourself.

b. Message is always filtered through the messenger.

c. Bond with people.

d. When people believe in you and believe in the vision, they will buy in.

II. The same buy in you need from people is the same buy in God needs from you.

a. God never gives His resources out before the time.

b. God does not give you the resources at the time that He gives you the vision. God only ask for obedience and then He gives resources to the level of your obedience. (Isaiah 1:19-20)

c. You keep serving, you keep moving and God will keep supplying.

III. Questions:

a. Have I really bought into God?

b. Have people bought into me?

c. Have I bought into people?

IV. Jesus loved and served people (John 8:1-11). Two leadership models: Secular and Spiritual (John 8:23).

ISSUES

SECULAR

SPIRITUAL

How to gain influence

Leverage Power

Love People

How to possess confidence

Compete & Win

Depend on God

How to acquire authority

Claim Your Rights & Position

Servanthood

How to grow an organization

Demand of People

Develop People

What drives vision

Temporal Gain

Eternal Gain

What is success

Overcoming the Competition

Obeying God

The heart of leadership

A Boss

A Father

Jesus teaches us that our actions actually reveal who we are.

Either we are a servant, a Pharisee or maybe a Sad-u-cee.


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