Hebraic leadership is a type of leadership guided by God, seeking God, and thirsting for God. One can see Hebraic leadership in saints such as Mother Teresa and St. Augustine. Like one of the lessons mentioned, power is only evil when used in an evil way but power yielded and guided by the Holy Spirit is inherently good. Hebraic leadership displays humility, strength, and a love for God. This can and should happen anywhere, from our homes to the federal government. Hebraic leadership has a place in all situations and that is where is belongs. In the work place and in the family, Hebraic leadership must take form for the flourishing of humanity. A mind and a heart for Jesus changes our entire outlook on life in an extraordinary way. Much like on of the lessons said, we should pray to see the world as He does. Striving for the Lord can bare nothing but good things, therefore, our minds should shift from seeking success to saying yes to the Lords call to follow Him and lead with the Kingdom of God in mind.