Life-Lessons From Working Within A Heirarchy

This post begins a short series of posts over the next few weeks on life-lessons from working within a hierarchy.
Lesson 1:

A fast way to get promoted is open and frequent displays of loyalty to the man with power. It causes him to use his power to set you over your peers. Which breaks down equality and mutual respect with peers, within the organization it makes you “right” and them “wrong”.

Fathers, Don’t Delegate This 

“Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.”‭‭ –

Ephesians‬ ‭6:4‬ ‭NASB‬‬

This verse implies that fathers not disciplining & instructing children causes anger. 

Christian Fathers do not delegate by neglect “instructing in the Lord” to their   mothers and pastors … that is a mistake.

It feels like neglect to them, which is very painful and they will likely struggle relating to God if dad does not talk to them. Be sure to know exactly what they are being taught, correct it if necessary and teach them many things yourself.

Or if you can’t teach well at least show them what you are doing in life. Share your hopes and dreams and goals with them, that alone will instruct them.

Looking For Conspiracies

The focus of a Christian is not conspiracies, even the true ones.

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