"King Saul was intensely jealous of David. Rather than being thankful for God’s provision and victory over the Philistines or accepting God’s call on his own life, Saul fumed in his heart over these things. This is something that is very relatable as a human being. We have all tasted the bitterness of jealousy, at one point or another. We have even witnessed those who try to mimic what other people do to gain success. This is all the more disturbing when it happens to ministry or church leaders. The thinking seems to be that if it works for them, it should work for me or my ministry. But what if God has a different anointing for each of us, for ministries and churches in different places and seasons? We need to remember to seek what God has called each of us to do and follow Him in that. As Christians, we all share in the personal covenant of God through Jesus Christ. We are saved by the work of Christ. We have become a part of the Kingdom of God. We are a part of the Church body and each of us has a unique role to fill as we follow God.
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