• Steve Miller


King David said: “I’d rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than in tents with wickedness.”

Psalm 84:10

This was more than just an emotional expression in the moment ... this was a leadership principle.

“Doorkeeper“ speaks of holding the door open. It’s an act of courtesy and servitude.

  • Leaders seek to open and hold the door for others.

  • They minimizing the effort it takes from others to open the door.

  • They create opportunity for others .

  • Facilitating access for others into opportunity is the leaders delight.

Christ offered this clarification to his followers: “... You will lead by a completely different model. The greatest one among you will live as the one who is called to serve others.”

A definite mark of maturity in a man is when he gets much fulfillment out of lifting others up, for he knows that what he facilitates happening for others, God will make happen for him.

Be a great man—hold the door open!

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