AW Tozer on Christian Leadership

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Good morning Dear Friends,

I will be in and out the next week as we will be on and off of holiday. 🙂 OK…for us in the US…vacation!! 😉 I love how the Brittish say “holiday”. OK…I tried. 😉

I pray each of you have a lovely weekend and the Lord blesses you and your families.

I am praying for you all.

Have a wonderful day in the Lord,

k xoxo

The Church: Good But Not Great

Moreover it is required in stewards that one be found faithful.—1 Corinthians 4:2

Then there are the men who are good but not great, and we may thank God that there are so many of them, being grateful not that they failed to achieve greatness but that by the grace of God they managed to acquire plain goodness….

Every pastor knows this kind—the plain people who have nothing to recommend them but their deep devotion to their Lord and the fruit of the Spirit which they all unconsciously display. Without these the churches as we know them in city, town and country could not carry on. These are the first to come forward when there is work to be done and the last to go home when there is prayer to be made. They are not known beyond the borders of their own parish because there is nothing dramatic in faithfulness or newsworthy in goodness, but their presence is a benediction wherever they go. They have no greatness to draw to them the admiring eyes of carnal men but are content to be good men and full of the Holy Ghost, waiting in faith for the day that their true worth shall be known. When they die they leave behind them a fragrance of Christ that lingers long after the cheap celebrities of the day are forgotten. God Tells the Man Who Cares, 98-100.

“Thank You, Lord, for the host of good people in our church! May each one be richly blessed of You today. Direct me to some today who I could thank for their faithfulness. Amen.”

Devotional credit:

Biblegateway.com

Picture credit: Pictures.com

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2 thoughts on “AW Tozer on Christian Leadership

  1. sarsrose says:

    LOVE Tozer. I think he may even be my favourite. I generally have a book of his on the go, even if I have huge long gaps between reading. In fact, I think this one, ‘God tells the man who cares’ might actually be the one next to my bed at the moment!

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