Acknowledging true leadership

May 7, 2020

May 7.   When the faith sharing group were reflecting on the reading they got to discussing good business management and control as well.  A leader knows his place and so do his staff.  He may use representatives but remains in control. Bryan commented how our president Cyril Ramaphosa has managed the coronavirus situation pretty well but has used a team of people too. Maryanne said she found it interesting that in John’s gospel Jesus keeps on referring to His Father as the one who sends but he also says that he and the Father are one. That is clearly true unity. Should it be like that in families with parents and their children or not?

Truly, I say to you, no servant is greater than his master nor is he who is sent greater than he who sent him.  He who receives any one whom I send receives me, and he who receives me receives him who sent me. 

John 13: 16-20 .  Every confessor must accept the faithful as the father in the parable of the prodigal son: a father who runs out to meet his son despite the fact that he squandered away his inheritance. FM 17. Offer a prayer to Our Lady.for good leadership.

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