Leadership is broken because leaders are unbroken
The voice of one crying in the wilderness,
Clear the way of the LORD!
Make straight a highway in the desert for our God!
Every valley will be exalted and every mountain and hill will be made low;
the rough ground will be made level,
the rugged places a plain.
Then the glory of the LORD will be revealed,
and all the people will see the salvation of the Lord.
The LORD has spoken.
From Isaiah 40:3-5, the greatest Christmas poem ever written
Many American Christians today are running scared. America has lost its cultural salvation, and they have lost their hope. Political leaders no longer believe in American absolutes; judicial leaders turn diversity into a new Gospel; educational leaders are irrationally afraid of religious freedom.
The family is not simply being redefined; it’s being dismembered. We need power, power to bring about a transformation in our nation. And numbers of American Christians—running scared—are searching for a savior, a power player to deliver our nation.
There are numerous claimants to such a role, who say they can restore America to greatness, but what have they done beside talk? Anything? What power do they have?
The reason why many of us are running scared is because we’re relying on the wrong power to accomplish our purpose...