Leadership pivots on integrity. A word given is the word that must be performed. Even among church and spiritual leaders such is not always the case—leaders engage only to then back off as difficulty surfaces. Also in the home, parents threaten but fail to enforce. In these and all leadership settings, the leadership position may continue but authority is broken since their word is no good. The failure leaves those in their charge on the precipice—hanging; and one who failed to perform a promise or keep a commitment is on a slippery slope. A steady stream of flawed character follows, predictably.


Isaiah 55:11Romans 4:21

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