The Failure of Constant Correction

by | Jun 11, 2020 | Apostle, Church, Courage, Discernment, Discipleship, Freedom, Leadership | 0 comments

When we feel the need to constantly monitor and correct the response of others to volatile social issues, we have yielded our authority to a spirit of control. This is especially dangerous for a leader who has authority over the lives of people under their care. Resist the urge to correct and over manage the opinions of others, even those opinions you do not agree with. The answers you seek for the way forward may be present in the very things you try to correct, silence or dismiss. 


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