"As soon as you hear the sound of marching in the
tops of the poplar trees, move out to battle, because
that will mean God has gone out in front of you to
strike the Philistine army" - 1 Chronicles 14:15.
Leaders must help develop and implement strategies for any action an organization takes, whether it be family, ministry or business. In today's verse, you read how the Lord gave David a strategy for battle and it was a supernatural, for it was God's strategy that David was to follow. That strategy was clear and simple, but unlike any other strategy David had received.
LEADERSHIP STEP: Your goals and plans are useless without strategies for how to accomplish them. These strategies must be as simple or complex as the task requires, and should be clearly communicated and understood by your teammates, members or family. In what area of your leadership direction is the strategy unclear or insufficient? Whom do you need to convene to develop a new strategy or better communicate the old one?