“For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve others.” (Matthew 20:28)
Volumes justifiably have been written on this subject. It is the embarrassing and shocking scandal of Christianity (from the world’s point of view) – that the omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent and eternal Son of God deigned to become one of us, to grow up in a small clay brick house, likely with a dirt floor, to assume all that human beings are, save for sin, and to suffer and to die on our behalf. “God died in the flesh” is the dramatic affirmation of His complete humanity and His complete divinity. For more on servant leadership go to Stewardship Advocates Pinterest site.