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?Then the commissioners and satraps began trying to find a ground of accusation against Daniel in regard to government affairs; but they could find no ground of accusation or evidence of corruption, inasmuch as he was faithful, and no negligence or corruption was to be found in him. Then these men said, ?We shall not find any ground of accusation against this Daniel unless we find it against him with regard to the law of his God?? (Daniel 6:4-5).
Live so as to silence your critics.
Whenever God exalts a righteous person, there will be those who are jealous and who criticize. Sometimes, as in Daniel?s case, the jealousy turns to bitter opposition. But Daniel?s accusers had a problem: try as they may, they could find no ground of accusation against him. He was blameless and above reproach in his character and political dealings. Their only option was to somehow…
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Devotional for Saturday June 23, 2018
The Enemy Frustrated
Therefore thus saith the Lord concerning the king of Assyria, He shall not come into this city, nor shoot an arrow there, nor come before it with shield, nor cast a bank against it. (2 Kings 19:32)
Neither did Sennacherib molest the city. He had boasted loudly, but he could not carry out his threats. The Lord is able to stop the enemies of His people in the very act. When the lion has the lamb between his jaws, the great Shepherd of the sheep can rob him of his prey. Our extremity only provides an opportunity for a grander display of divine power and wisdom.
In the case before us, the terrible foe did not put in an appearance before the city which he thirsted to destroy. No annoying arrow could he shoot over the walls, and no besieging engines…
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Chuck Swindoll: 10 Leadership Lessons Learned in 50 Years of Leadership
October 9, 2009 |
Chuck Swindoll, accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award at Catalyst 09, offered the following lessons he has learned:
- It’s lonely to lead. Leadership involves tough decisions. The tougher the decision, the lonelier it is.
- It’s dangerous to succeed. I’m most concerned for those who aren’t even 30 and are very gifted and successful. Sometimes God uses someone right out of youth, but usually he uses leaders who have been crushed.
- It’s hardest at home. No one ever told me this in Seminary.
- It’s essential to be real. If there’s one realm where phoniness is common, it’s among leaders. Stay real.
- It’s painful to obey. The Lord will direct you to do some things that won’t be your choice. Invariably you will give up what you want to do for the cross.
- Brokenness and failure are…
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