B. Management

“Managing Alone” – JLD.

Leaders often find themselves having more decisions to make in a day, than they have time to properly devote to them. The issue may have stemmed from an internal reluctance to share power or it could be part of a realization that their peers are unable to make sound judgments. Either way, it is rarely healthy or sustainable, for one leader to handle all the matters. Even Moses was instructed to siphon off some of his decisions, as seen in Exodus 18:22. We read, “And let them judge the people at all times. Then it will be that every great matter they shall bring to you, but every small matter they themselves shall judge. So it will be easier for you, for they will bear the burden with you.” So work toward having your right hand leaders handle the smaller matters and only follow up with their decisions, as needed. Then for larger matters, feel free to do what you do best.

2015-01-25T20:23:02+00:00 January 25th, 2015|A. Law and OT History, B. Management|