If asked to list the qualities of an effective leader, most people wouldn’t include “weakness.” When confronted by enemies, however, King Jehoshaphat stood before his people and admitted his helplessness and absolute dependence upon God for victory. Alistair Begg reminds us that if we confess our own weakness, God will address our need and answer it with His saving love. When dependence is the objective, weakness is an advantage, enabling us to lead from our adequacy in Christ.
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