Pray intensely. Be prepared with as much of the Word of God I can fill myself with; and as much as the Holy Spirit will supply to me. Resting in Jesus.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the verb “restore” as bringing back to or putting back something to a former or original state. The promise of restoration, “I will restore you to health and heal your wounds, declares the Lord” in Jeremiah 30:17.
As a leader, we should uphold the Christian values particularly in the following area:
Generosity –being kind and unselfish, especially with our money and time.
Courage– being bold and confident. It’s the opposite of fear.
Love – The values Jesus Christ taught in the New Testament can be summed up in two thoughts—love God and love others.
Respect – A Christian value is to be conscious that God has created all people in His image. As a response, we show respect to all.
Hope – The value of hope is confident expectation. It’s a firm assurance in God.
We should always encourage to know God and His words and put into practice what they have learned. As a leader, we must lead by examples so that others are convinced to do so.