Bill uses Daniel as an example of how we can bring about transformation in a corrupted kingdom, how we are called to be light on a hill, leaven in a lump of dough, and salt that preserves the world we are in. Bill talks about Daniel’s radical loyalty and it produced a radical redemption in Nebuchadnezzar’s life.
At the heart of it, it’s about not holding people’s sins against them (2 Cor 5:18-19), it’s about loving anyone that crosses our path, meaning, we want nothing other than to serve and benefit them, because it’s kindness that draws repentance (Rom 2:4)
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“Leaders who want a culture of honor so they’ll be treated better miss the point. Honor is the atmosphere in which the people of God become their best.” ~Bill Johnson
“If we rejoice in the acts of God without discovering His ways, we’ll question who He is when He doesn’t do what we’ve asked.” ~~Bill Johnson
“Learn to question the status quo without rebellion and arrogance in the heart. In the kingdom a hungry heart is a humble heart. It’s hard to recognize answers without questions.” ~~Bill Johnson