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The Statesman Learns from Our Creator’s

The Statesman Learns from Our Creator’s Long-Range Work

The Statesman Learns from Our Creator’s Long-Range Work in the Life of the Most Powerful Ruler It is fascinating to study the way our Creator God, over the course of many decades, brought the most powerful ruler in history to submit to Him. King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon ruled the whole known world for 43 years, from […]

The Statesman Developing the Most Impor...

The Statesman Developing the Most Important National Resource

The Statesman Developing the Most Important National Resource Within our world, there is a clamoring for national wealth, potentially advancing power and prestige for those in leadership. Typically, economic growth becomes the measuring stick for effectiveness of an administration. This leads to natural resource utilization being a high priority. An effective economy is certainly important. […]

The Citizenship That Can Support the St...

The Citizenship That Can Support the Statesman

The Citizenship That Can Support the Statesman Citizenship a is powerful incentive in the life of the Statesman. The reality is that there is a citizenship that is even more significant than that of one’s birthplace in making one a Statesman. In God’s Instruction to His creation is a fascinating chapter often referred to as […]

Developing the Heart of a Statesman

Developing the Heart of a Statesman

Developing the Heart of a Statesman For any noble character trait, we often use the expression: “… are made, not born”. This implies that natural ability is not enough but that we need help in improving ourselves. Nowhere is this truer than in the making of the Statesman. Truly, The Statesman is made, not born. […]

Who Holds the Hand of the Statesman?

Who Holds the Hand of the Statesman?

Who Holds the Hand of the Statesman? The Statesman stands out in his vision. As analysts have pointed out: The great difference between the real statesman and the pretender is that the one sees into the future, while the other regards only the present; the one lives by the day, and acts on expediency; the […]

The Statesman Realistically Confronts t...

The Statesman Realistically Confronts the Issue of Corruption

The Statesman Realistically Confronts the Issue of Corruption Commonly, an incoming Government greets the population with the assurance “One of our highest priorities is to eliminate corruption.” Paradoxically, that same assurance was made by the previous administration, and the one before that. Why then does this problem exist? If there is one issue expressed by […]

Does Faith in God Contribute to Making ...

Does Faith in God Contribute to Making a Statesman?

Does Faith in God Contribute to Making a Statesman? The question continues to be asked among philosophers, historians and politicians alike: What is it that makes one a Statesman? Let us continue to look at this issue. King David, perhaps more than any other leader, strives to be the kind of leader God desires, and […]