There is something about being around children that draws out this question. I am not exactly sure how many times I have heard this question, but suffice it to say many!
It is the most difficult question to answer. Yet, children always ask it. They want to know the reasons behind what we say and do.
Of all the questions one could ask, this three lettered word makes a complete question in and of itself.
This question is also one that should be prevalent when thinking about our leadership.
Why are leaders needed?
Why do we need to make this decision?
Why are we making this decision at this time?
Why should we lead?
We could resolve many issues within our leadership if we could determine the answers to the question…why?
Take a moment to look through the gospel accounts and consider how to answer the questions Jesus asks beginning with why.
Why are you worried?
Why are you afraid?
Why are you testing Me?
Why do you call Me, ‘Lord, Lord,” and do not do what I say?
Think about it!