In a post-Christian, secularized and humanistic world, many Christian leaders seek, at all costs, some relevance toward people who despise the invisible and, therefore, the eternal. Churches try to survive in this world by doing politics and social projects, but, trying to save themselves, find nullity. About this search and lost, Jesus said: “My kingdom is not of this world... my kingdom is from another place” John 18:36. Peter, who at that time had not yet understood him, then would make his letters a survival manual “To God’s elect, exiles scattered...” 1Pe 1: 1, and Paul would declare, “But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ” Phil 3:20. Lead your church and ministry to renounce this world and seek what is spiritual and eternal. Do not seek approval from this world; it is God who justifies us. This is biblical leadership.
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