Jose, I appreciate your response to the question and agree that some of the core characteristics of Hebraic leadership is to take time to learn history, the Word, and with that knowledge make decisions. I think it’s crucial that as believers we make decisions having considered first what scripture teaches us. I also appreciate what you mentioned about loving your neighbor as yourself. I think this is crucial in our society where, as you said, grace and mercy are rarely the first response to someone opposing us or being opposed. I find it also very important that as we aspire to be Hebraic leaders we learn how to disagree well and express our differences, drawing clear lines in what we believe and not compromising who God has revealed himself to be in the disguise of being merciful and gracious. Really enjoyed your response!