Titus 1:8

Do you have any friends who seem more like family than friends? Are you welcome at their home any time? Do you feel comfortable stopping by unannounced? Some people have a way of making you feel like you are part of their world, you are not an outsider—you have been accepted. Other people hold you at arm’s length…

 

We have seen the actions and attitudes that a leader must avoid, and we have said that to banish those negative traits we should look to Jesus and follow His example. What are Jesus’ positive traits?  How, should a leader act? Well, Paul gave Titus a list of positive traits. The first thing Paul mentioned is that a leader must be hospitable. This is such a key to successful ministry. Jesus made people feel welcome. Even little children (especially little children) felt comfortable coming to Jesus and interacting with Him. Jesus had a way of humbling Himself and giving up His time and resources to make the lives of others better. Whatever Jesus had—time, food, compassion, wisdom—Jesus shared freely with others.
Do people feel comfortable coming to you? Do they feel welcome in your home? Do you regularly share what you have with others? Believers are called to be hospitable. Are you? 
Titus 1:8  but hospitable, a lover of good, self-controlled, upright, holy, and disciplined.

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