Our Servant King, the Best of Leaders

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Jesus told His disciples that he who wanted to be greatest among them had to become a servant to all! Then, he demonstrated it for them.

“Jesus stood with a towel over His arm and modeled how someone in a leadership role can have the greatest impact on people.” - Bill Johnson

Jesus is sometimes called the “Servant King.” That may seem like a paradox to this world and its ways of thinking, but it’s a spiritual reality. Jesus told His disciples that he who wanted to be greatest among them had to become a servant to all!

“‘...but whoever desires to become great among you shall be your servant.’” (the Bible, Mark 10:43)

Jesus’s leadership was based on the fact that He had come to serve.

“Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (the Bible, Matthew 20:28)  

He exercised His leadership of men with compassion, and His heart was set on raising His disciples up and bringing them into a place of greater growth.

Today, choose to serve others and reflect Christ’s nature!

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