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The Mind of Most Pastors

October 29, 2013

October is pastor appreciation month. Not many know this. Some of you may show your pastor appreciation on a weekly basis. Some of you may think your pastor’s paycheck is enough appreciation. It is not.

Most pastors are men and women who are faithful servants of God. They pray without end, share the deepest moments of your life, and sacrifice their lives to the King. Television highlights the bad pastors – the molesters, thieves, adulterers. It gets them good ratings. But that is a small minority. The majority are great servants, who fret over how their missteps will affect the church they serve faithfully.

So, to honor those pastors who are the humble servants, I have attached a video by the old band DC Talk. The song is titled “What If I Stumble” and speaks of the weight of conscience of thinking about the consequences of our actions or inactions. Listen to it and then lift your pastor up in prayer.

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