Uncertainty is a permanent part of the leadership landscape. It never goes away. Uncertainty is not an indication of poor leadership; it underscores the need for leadership. It is the environment in which good leadership is mostly identified. The nature of leadership demands that there always be an element of uncertainty. Where there is no uncertainty, there is no longer need for leadership. The greater the uncertainty, the greater the need for leadership. Throughout the bible there are examples where leadership emerged out of uncertainty, such as Moses, Nehemiah, Abraham, etc. Today we are going to look at the leadership of Shamgar, who in the midst of uncertainty, rose up to fulfill his leadership role. He is the most unlikely of characters but we can learn a lot from his leadership.
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