I love what Rick Warren says about servant hood and leadership. He said, “There will always be more people willing to do “great” things for God than there are people willing to do the little things. The race to be a leader is crowded, but the field is wide open for those willing to be servants.”
When we face trials in our life, it’s easy to ask why God. And when our life is doing great is easy to forget that God is still at work in our life.
In today’s word we look at Acts 7:55 (NLT).
“But Stephen, full of the Holy Spirit, gazed steadily into heaven and saw the glory of God, and he saw Jesus standing in the place of honor at God’s right hand.”
Dr Charles Stanley puts it this way, “We must become people who habitually look for evidence of God’s nearness. We can look for it in creation, in the Christians with whom we worship and serve, and in our own lives. With spiritual eyes trained to seek the Lord, we will be able to look up and find Him, even in the dark nights of our lives.”
God is near and ever-present in times of struggle. He longs for his children to draw near to Him. Be a leader and serve the one who matters the most.