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Respect and Leadership go together. You can't have one without the other. Therefore, it is important to know how to gain respect and to maintain morale with good leadership skills.

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The Christian leader will instill the qualities of discipleship into the followers. What that means is that a Christian leader will lead by example and with love. They will be slow to anger and only correct people when the spirit moves them. Then, afterwards, the Christian will show an increase of love to the person they have corrected.

Christian leadership will be honest and humble. The Christian leader will not try to gratify their pride or vain ambitions and hopefully they will have none. The Christian leader will lead with pure knowledge and kindness so that others feel magnified. Then, as the Christian leader develops virtue; the kind of virtue that envelops their thoughts continually. Then, their leadership will grow strong and new pure ideas will come to them. Their leadership will be successful because they will have developed the talent for listening to good and acting upon it.






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