Leadership is influence. Everything rises and falls on leadership, everything.
Isaiah 11:2, NKJV
Results when we try to live in the flesh instead of following the Spirit. (Romans 8:12-15, NKJV)
When you are burned out, you are fearful. (2 Timothy 1:7, NKJV)
In burnout, you begin to focus on all we have to do instead of God’s favor and all He has done for us.
Focus on God’s favor, not the flesh. (Proverbs 3:1-6, NKJV; Psalm 119:58, NKJV)
David learned to both acknowledge his problem and accept God’s help. (Psalm 94:18-19. TEV)
If you only acknowledge your problem and don’t accept God’s help, you will remain helpless.
4 Steps to cast all your anxiety on Christ. (Philippians 4:6, NKJV)
- Pray. (Philippians 4:6-7, NKJV; Psalm 139:23-24, NKJV)
- Resolve any personal and spiritual conflicts. (1 Timothy 4:1, NKJV; James 1:8, NKJV)
- State the problem.
- Divide the facts from the assumptions. (Proverbs 12:25, NKJV; Matthew 6:34, NKJV; TLB)
A sense of dread.
When you have developed a send of dread, you have resisted the Holy Spirit and need renewing. (Psalm 51:10, NKJV; Proverbs 4:23, NKJV)
When you dread your daily tasks, you have an issue in your life and that issue springs from your heart.
- Ask God to help you get back on the right path.
- Stop blaming others and ask God what your part of the problem is.
- Do your best to get back into God’s presence by confessing your sins.
- Begin to claim God’s promise.