At some point in your walk or ministry, as a leader, you will be rejected for obeying God. The rejection comes in many forms such as ignoring you, flat out not believing what you say or do is God, and questioning the validity, power, and authenticity of the ministry gift God has given you. How do you respond when you encounter rejection? This article provides 13 proven tips to help leaders deal with rejection.
I had a patient. She was a frail 84 yr. old spinster who walked with a waddling gait and a groan that could be heard at quite a distance. A body ravaged by Diabetes had made her movements very painful and her climb to my first floor consulting would leave her gasping for breath. But she came nevertheless for her monthly Diabetic checkup and also to give me something that she was so regular and particular about.
Psalm 119 differs from most psalms in that it is not a spontaneous song but a carefully structured writing. Although the “Word of God” is its theme, the Psalm describes a happy and intimate relationship. May this study increase your appreciation of God’s Word and move you to draw closer to Him.
"PRAISE LOOKS GOOD ON YOU"
by: Don MoenLyrics:
When you lift your hands up high
And you sing a song of praise to me
It brings me great delight
Such a lovely sight
And yes it is true
Praise looks good on you