“You don’t have to be inspired to be inspiring” Chase Turner
As simple as this thought may seem, the depths of its implications are far greater than these nine words appear at first glance.
Biblically, we are aware that God inspired the authors of the Old and New Testaments to write with accuracy the words penned throughout each book and letter comprising the Bible. This process of inspiration was guided by the Holy Spirit given to the writers as they recorded each word and phrase.
God did not remove the style, history, or culture of each person. He insured that what was written was accurate and complete.
As a leader, there is no discussion needed concerning the completion of what God provided in His word. Leaders should, however, consider how they can inspire others to reach their potential. Taking time to guard their example, choose their words carefully, and make decisions for the greater good of each individual and the whole of the organization are a few ways to provide such inspiration.
With a little work, each of us can achieve so much for the cause of our Lord.