Worldly leadership deals with lack of vision in decision making. In 1960 Theodore Levitt established the 'marketing myopia' concept, portraying companies that do not see their market. In addition, there is vision of the future, ethics and holistic of the business. Failure to see in any of these directions leads to wrong decisions. On the perfect vision for ministerial decisions, we read the account of Jesus in the neighborhood of Sychar: “Don’t you have a saying, ‘It’s still four months until harvest’? I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest” John 4:35. Obviously, the ministerial vision operates on a different dimension. Also, three indispensable visions may be distinguished: the vision of God and his will, the vision of the work or ministry, and the vision of the fields. Make sure you see well in these three directions before making decisions. This is biblical leadership.
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