Let Patience Have Its’ Perfect Work
Patience: The Important Virtue of Leadership [Faith]
I’ve been taking some time this season focusing on my faith walk and relationship with God.
You see I have big dreams. Time is short and the stakes are high. I can’t and don’t want to do it in my own capacity.
Leadership across every spectrum of our lives is important; so is knowing how to follow, how to sit and rest, and quietly listen and correct our course.
There’s one brand I want to be greater than mine: the Jesus Brand.
Folks watch how we live our lives ‘on and off line’. It matters how they see us waiting.
We are not perfect, but we are perfect in our imperfections, submitting our plans to God – boldly and humbly. Understanding the seasons, developing our critical thinking and the virtues of prudence, temperance, justice and fortitude.
Prudence, the skill of pausing and thinking.
Temperance, the skill of pausing and thinking before reacting
Justice, the skill of pausing and thinking before judging
Fortitude, the skill of pausing and thinking before drawing on strength and determining our next course of action.
I’m learning to be patient in my progress and let God have His perfect way”
In the Book of James 1:4 New King James Version (NKJV), it reads “But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing”.
To work patiently, we have to learn to take what’s uncomfortable or learn how to BE comfortable with the uncomfortable. Growth happens in the midst of the stretch.
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