When conflict breaks out, they always manage to be nearby. Reaction is their favorite action. This was Moses. He seemed drawn to what needed to be righted. Over the years, however, an amazing thing happened to Moses' character. He didn't stop reacting, but rather learned to react correctly.
Leadership often involves reaction. If we want to react with instincts consistent with God's will, we must develop habits of obedience to God. Consistent obedience to God is best developed in times of less stress. Then when stress comes, our natural reaction will be to obey God...in His grip.
Coach's tip - Kids inside homes where non-moral issues are elevated to a level of big problems don't get to experience the kind of acceptance that makes a heart feel securely loved. Instead they live with a barrage of nitpicking criticism, receiving put-downs because they are curious, anxious, excited, helpless, carefree, or absent-minded. Is that the way God treats us?
Some People...Life Application
Tip from Dr. Tim Kimmel
Wits End - What's Going Into Your Head?