Support and Accountability

Support and Accountability

People can shy away from the need for accountability. Understandably, accountability without relationship can be an overwhelming thought. But accountability within the context of relationship with a trustworthy companion can be a gift from God and the source of wisdom and growth. Consider Mordecai’s and Esther’s relationship. As her uncle turned adopted father, Esther trusted Mordecai completely—his care and concern for her as well as his wisdom. As a result, Esther found herself in a position where God could use her for purposes far beyond her humble beginnings. Who do you trust to advise you and hold you accountable?

Esther had not revealed her nationality and family background, because Mordecai had forbidden her to do so. Every day he walked back and forth near the courtyard of the harem to find out how Esther was and what was happening to her. – Esther 2:10-11

Prayer: Lord, give me trustworthy companions to walk with me, advise me, and hold me accountable as a person and as a leader. In Jesus’ name, amen.

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