The Secure Leader by Johnny Hunt

The Secure Leader
Johnny Hunt

Many people want to lead but few actually do. Many people think they are leading when few actually do. It is odd how easy it is to deceive ourselves. It is possible that those close to you have a better grasp of your weaknesses than you do. Potentially the greatest area of deception in a leader's life is insecurity. It usually enjoys longevity because no one feels they can tell you that you are insecure. Just how do you tell an insecure person they're insecure?

Insecurity can be discovered by honestly answering the question: Is my self-worth found in doing God's will or in people's opinion of me? Martin Luther said, "Every man must do two things alone. He must do his own believing and his own dying." Always comparing yourself to others is a sure path to frustration.

Being secure with yourself and your leadership is pivotal to your church. Insecure leaders have an "I" problem and feel...
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Everyone has some insecurity. We are not completely whole psychologically because we are sinners and the sin nature has had its bad effect on us all. However, we must take refuge in the fact that our true identity is found in Christ! "For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God" (Col. 3:3). Therefore, don't be in the business of being someone else. Be consistently in the business of being who God has so lavishly made you to be!

"Many, O LORD my God, are Your wonderful works
Which You have done;
And Your thoughts toward us
Cannot be recounted to You in order;
If I would declare and speak of them,
They are more than can be numbered." (Psalm 40:5, empha ...


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