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A Culture of Greatness

December 20, 2009

Great leaders have the ability to give others the visions of God. Wanting to be great is a sign of child-likeness. If you forget the source of your greatness, it can lead to arrogance and pride. Greatness can create a culture of envy.
Humble yourself so that you can be exalted at the proper time. Humility is the process to exaltation. Jesus favored 3 of His apostles more than the others. If favor takes us to arrogance,you aren't yet able to handle that level of favor in your life. You can stay in the season of favor your entire life, as long as you stay humble and you use your favor to get others exalted.

Kris Vallotton

Kris Vallotton is the co-founder and overseer of the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California. He is also the Senior Associate Leader at Bethel Church, Founder and President of Moral Revolution, and a sought-after international conference speaker. Kris and his wife, Kathy, have trained, developed, and pastored prophetic teams and supernatural schools all over the world. Together, they have four children and eight grandchildren.