If we only had one opportunity to change someone’s eternity by knocking on their door, would we knock?
If we knew there was only way to change our lives, would we change them?
If we only had one day left to live, how would we spend the time?
I am constantly amazed how often I think about hypothetical situations. What if…?
We can spend time thinking about the possibilities, but leadership needs to take the possibilities and turn them into realities.
Leaders must eliminate the hypothetical “what if…” and ask the “when…?” and “how…?”
Until we start taking action, what if will only allow us to think about the possibilities.
Only Jesus / God could know what would have happened if the cities of Tyre and Sodom had witnessed the miracles rejected by the cities of Chorazin and Bethsaida (Mt. 11:21).
Our leadership will be served well -if- we are willing to consider how we can move beyond the hypothetical and create the reality.