At some point in your walk with God and your leadership, you will need help. But what makes it easier or harder to ask for help?
Last Monday, I got three different messages from good men who needed help.
What’s common among these men is that they needed help and they weren’t too proud to ask for it. Contrary to what some people think, asking for help doesn’t make you weak, incompetent, or, for men, less manly. In fact, a person who doesn’t ask for help is usually the one who fails because they have no one to help them.
Why are so many people trying to project an image of perfection or self-sufficiency? We know that no one is perfect, but we go to great lengths to pretend we are. I’m not saying to let the whole world know about your problems on a social media post. But do have a trusted group of wise and godly men and women who know you inside and out?
If you need help with anything, don’t wait till it’s too late. Ask for help. You’ll be surprised how much easier your life is because you did.
If one falls down, his friend can help him up.
But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!
Ecclesiastes 4:10 (NIV 1984)
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