Hebraic leadership is one who views the world from an eternal perspective and makes his decisions in this life from those eyes. He does his best to represent his father Elohim in a manner that would be pleasing to him in a fallen world who does not know him. He seeks to implement his fathers will on the earth wherever he finds himself stationed and he does this no matter how high the cost may be knowing full well after death his efforts will be rewarded beyond his wildest dreams. He denies himself and the carnal pleasures of this life to obey the statutes set in stone by his father because his main concern in this life is to please his father in the hopes of one day hearing well done good and faithful servant. He loves and admires his father and winning his approval is one thing he holds most dear in this life. He trust the words of his God even when they do not make sense to his finite mind because he knows he can bet his life on the fact his father would never lie to him nor steer him wrong. When he doesn’t feel like obeying he still honors his commitment to the father, when he is hurting he honors his commitment to do the fathers will, when he is sad he honors his commitment, when he feels the cost is too high he remains faithful, if it cost blood, treasure and even the lives of all those whom he loves he honors his commitment, under any circumstance or condition he marches forward toward the end goal hoping to have been found faithful no matter the cost to him personally in this life, he no longer lives for himself but is a living sacrifice for the God whom he adores.