I have been reading through the book of Joshua in the mornings. Lots of good leadership examples in the life of Joshua.
This is from my journal today:
Joshua gathers the tribes and their leaders and reminds them of what
God has done for them. From bringing Abraham out from worshipping other
gods to delivering them from Egypt. Joshua reminded them of how God:
>established them as his children
>cared for them
>provided for them
God has established me as his child. God has cared for me, protected me and provided for me.
In this chapter is my favorite line from Joshua.
Verse 15 "...Choose today who you will serve"
The choice is before Israel to choose to serve the gods from their
ancestor, Abraham's, land. The choice to serve the gods of Egypt. The
choice to serve the gods of the displaced Canaanites in the promised
land. The choice to serve the one and only, true and living, God.
They chose to serve God.
I have a choice to make as well. Who will I serve?
My other favorite line from Joshua is also in this chapter.
"But as for me and my family, we will serve the Lord."
Joshua was not only a leader of a nation but he was a leader in his
home and family. His family didn't get the option to choose. Joshua
pretty much said, "this is how it's going to be in my family."
Leaders in the church must first be leaders in the home.
What is your choice? Who will you serve?
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