Leadership is broken because leaders are unbroken
So High You Can’t Get Over It, So Wide You Can’t Get Around It,
So Low You Can’t Get Under It—But You CAN’T Go in at the Door
When I was a boy I used to go to a Good News Club in my neighborhood. A Good News Club is a weekly gathering for children in which they sing some memorable songs, do some fun things, hear a fascinating Bible story, and meet some wonderful caring adults. One song we sang goes like this: So high you can’t get over it, so wide you can’t get around it, so low you can’t get under it, You must go in at the door. The point of the song is that there’s a barrier between God and us that we cannot get past until we realize that Jesus really is the Door, the only way into a relationship with God.
I got that, and I committed to Jesus for my eternal relationship with God. But what I did not understand was that once I connected with God, there was another barrier that feels like a wall between me and obedience, and there is no door through it...