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How the Mighty Have Fallen

by Gregg T. Johnson

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Why do great men and women fall? How do leaders, quick to ascend with such promise of unparalleled success, find themselves awash in disastrous failure and disgrace? More importantly, can the path toward one's downfall be discerned before it's too late and be avoided? Through the life and leadership of King Saul, the Word of God provides us with a powerful example of how leadership can destroy the man or woman whose character has not been prepared for it." By following Saul's premature rise to greatness, his failure to lead with integrity, to his ultimate self-destruction, we discover a treasury of lessons in "what not to do." If we will apply our hearts toward understanding his mistakes and recognize the patterns in our own lives, we can anticipate the pitfalls and prevent our own demise.

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