How to Pick Leaders
God’s prophet Samuel is recruiting for a new King of Israel. He has been led to a pool of candidates, all from the same family. And as Samuel looked at the first of the candidates presented, Samuel thinks he has found the one.
And Samuel looked at all seven sons presented. None were it. The Lord had chosen someone else. But who? So Samuel asked the dad if there were any more. And one more was found––the youngest––a shepherd boy. You guessed it. He was the one. David.
Three lessons in selecting leaders: First, look for God’s choice. Second, do not judge a book by its cover. Finally, keep seeking until you find the right heart.
Bonus lesson. Evaluate yourself as leader. What is your heart condition? Clogged with jealousy and selfishness ambition? Or is your heart one after God’s own heart?
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