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Becoming a Servant

“Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant..." -Matthew 20:26 When I was younger, I worked at various restaurants as a server. At first, I was petrified. I used to have a HUGE fear of people. So huge, in fact, I was afraid to answer the telephone as a child! Being a server, I had to come to terms with all of that. But, through it I learned to serve. I also learned to serve at the church I went to. Later when I got a job at a big department store known for customer service, one of the visiting CEOs asked me where I had worked before. When I told him I was a server, he replied: "Hmm. Great training!" If you want to have a bigger impact, find more people to serve. Solve people's problems, and you will have influence in their lives. Jesus was the best example of this: He went around solving people's problems, and people realized He was the Messiah that had been prophesied about in the Old Testament. We shouldn't use influence to motivate people in the wrong ways, as in leading them to worship us or organizations. But everything we do can be used as a tool to draw them into relationship with Jesus and His kingdom. We have the answer - the answer is Jesus. When we bring a solution into people's lives, this becomes an open door to share the gospel. How would God have you serve someone else today? Related resource: Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't by Simon Sinek

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