God’s hand holds consequence and reward. It creates fear and hope. The writer of Hebrews says it is a “terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God.” They also express how Jesus is sitting on the right hand of God, a place of prominence and power.
James also instructs us to humble ourselves “under the mighty hand of God.”
What does this have to do with leadership?
The hand of leadership provides hope and leads with humility.
There is prominence and power in the hand with which we lead. We have an opportunity to make a difference by the hand of a leader.