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Leadership Link

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The Book of Joshua gives an astonishing account of dynamic and effective leadership.  From the loyalty of the servant Joshua to the royalty of great success.  This book is filled with powerful insights on leadership.  After a period of preparation under Moses, Joshua emerges to lead the Jewish people into their promised land.

In this part of our website, we will be examining the elements of this effective leadership that led a nation to a higher dimension.  We will be giving many relevant revelations on leadership that are taken from the life of Joshua.  You will find it illuminating, inspiring, and motivating.

Article #37

Jan 6, 2023

Joshua 3:17 continues the wonderful adventure of crossing over the Jordan to inherit the promised land.  The Bible states that the priests that bare the ark stood firm on dry ground in the midst of the Jordan.  This verse presents a three-fold revelation concerning the passage of deliverance through the Jordan. Firstly, the priests stood firm.  Those who are anointed by God to stand on the behalf of others must do so firmly.  There must be no wavering, or vacillating in their stand.  How you stand may decide how others walk.  Leadership must understand that this responsibility to stand firmly is a glorious privilege.  The second part of this is that they stood on dry ground.  The cold, deep, murky, forbidding water had to recede or move back when the priest stood firmly.  Those things that bring coldness and spiritual death will be removed when the priest stands firmly.  I am so happy that 2000 years ago Jesus, My high priest, stood firmly on Calvary’s hill to cause the deep cold waters of sin to move back.  I will deal with the third in the next article.

Article #36

Jan 2, 2023

Joshua 3:16 continues that we must PASS over Jordan.  The first step was to remove from their tents and the second was to pass over Jordan.  It was not that a bridge would be constructed to climb over but the priest would go before them and they would pass through.  The same obstacle that was a threat to them as they viewed it with human eyes became surmountable as they followed the priest and the ark.  If only we can learn the lesson of looking at the obstacle through the eyes of faith and obedience.  We follow the priest with the ark and this means we no longer follow the flesh or the opinions of others.  We then remove from the tent and this means we will not be stagnant and inactive.  Nothing will hold me at a standstill and I will not be petrified by fear or what I see.  Then we pass over and through.  I am able to pierce the hindrance because I am following the Lord.

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