Nine Morning Questions For Church Leaders…

#1 – Did I preach God’s Word yesterday?  If so then rely on the reality of Isaiah 55:8-11…these verses are a promise, rest in them instead of your perception of the crowd.

#2 – Am I thinking about giving up?  If so then check out Galatians 6:9…this is a promise from Scripture, rest in IT and not your discouragement.

#3 – Am I feeling like I really sucked it up yesterday and am really beating myself up in my mind?  If so then check out Romans 8:1…correction does come from Christ…but condemnation does not!  Don’t allow them voice of the enemy to be the dominant voice in your life.

#4 – Is there a really tough conversation that I’ve been avoiding that I really need to have?  If so see Galatians 2:11-14…I am sure this was not an easy conversation…but it was essential for the unity of the church.

#5 – Is there someone I need to encourage?  See Philippians 2:3-4, if all of us in the church just followed the commands in these two verses then I am convinced that our churches would ALL become irresistible environments!

#6 – Am I allowing fear or frustration to take my focus off of who God is and what He’s called me to do?  (If so see II Corinthians 4:16-18.)

#7 – Am I willing to take the steps of radical obedience that He is leading me to?  (Hebrews 11:6)

#8 – Am I thinking I’ve got to do it all…or am I actually relying on HIS strength and power?  (See Isaiah 30:15Zechariah 4:6)

#9 – Am I currently on a path that will allow what Paul wrote in II Timothy 4:6-8…if not then what corrections need to be made?

From Perry Noble

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