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                                JESUS’ SERVANT LEADERSHIP

Mark 10:32-45
Key Verse: 10:45

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

   In this passage Jesus teaches what true greatness is, and how to be great. Everyone wants to be great. The root of the desire to be great is not bad. It is part of our God given humanity. As God told Abraham, “I will make your name great” (Gen 12:2), so he wants us to be great, not petty. The problem is that many people do not know what true greatness is. They only know the worldly greatness of the power hierarchy. They try to seize opportunities to climb the ladder of success. A few people succeed, but most people fail. Many are wounded, hurt and embittered. People are suffering in this hierarchical system. It seems as though there is no way out. But there is. In today’s passage Jesus shows us that anyone and everyone can become great. Let’s learn from Jesus.

First, the request of James and John (32-41). They were on their way up to Jerusalem (32a). Jesus was well aware of his impending suffering and death. No one wants to suffer and die. But Jesus was resolute in going the way of the Messiah according to God’s will. Jesus took the Twelve aside and told them what was going to happen to him (32b). Jesus would be condemned by the Jewish leaders and be executed by Gentiles—that is crucified. Before his crucifixion, he would be mocked, spit on and flogged—that is beaten severely with a whip. As Jesus spoke of a serious event, what were the disciples thinking? James and John came to Jesus and said, “Teacher we want you to do for us whatever we ask” (35). They demanded as if Jesus owed them something. We might feel that they need to be sent to a North Korean training camp. But what did Jesus do? He said, “What do you want me to do for you?” (36) Despite their selfishness and immaturity, Jesus was ready to do whatever would be good for them. Spurred on by Jesus’ generosity, they quickly replied, “Let one of us sit at your right and the other at your left in your glory” (37).

   Let’s try to understand James and John. As they approached Jerusalem, they became anxious. They expected Jesus to soon die and rise again and then establish his kingdom, appointing his cabinet members. They wanted to become the top leaders, because they were ambitious. But always, Peter was ahead of them. Peter seemed to be their only real rival for the top spot. They tried to defeat him, but they always lost. When Peter pleased Jesus by confessing him as the Messiah, they were not happy. But when Peter was rebuked just a few minutes later, they became very happy. They suffered from jealousy and had a competitive spirit. They thought that if Andrew had not brought Peter to Jesus, they would have been the top disciples. Realizing that they would not obtain the top positions based on their performance, they colluded with each other for the purpose of defeating Peter. This is not just their problem, but it is our problem too. Wherever we go, “Peter” is there. Some people try to escape from “Peter” by moving to another place. But they find “Peter” there too. Competition is not always bad; it stimulates us to produce the best result if we have a right motive to please God. But when practiced with selfish ambition, it becomes divisive and destructive. That is why Philippians 2:3 says, “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit.”

   When Jesus heard James and John’s reply, he must have been surprised at their worldly desire and sneaky method. Yet he was still patient with them and had hope for them. Jesus wanted them to realize that there was a cost to having such a position. Jesus said, “You do not know what you are asking. Can you drink the cup I drink or be baptized with the baptism I am baptized with?” (38). Here “the cup” refers to God’s wrath poured out against human sin (Jer 25:15; Lk 22:42). “Baptism” refers to his suffering and death. Jesus was willing to share his glory with them if they would also participate in his suffering. Completely misunderstanding Jesus, they said, “We can.” They were ready to do anything to get what they really wanted. Surprisingly, Jesus accepted their answer, saying, “You will drink the cup I drink and be baptized with the baptism I am baptized with…” (39). As Jesus predicted, James became the first martyr among the Twelve (Ac 12:2). John lived the longest life among the Twelve and suffered a lot; he was even exiled on the island of Patmos for Christ (Rev 1:9). However, Jesus could not promise them seats at his right and left; that depended on God’s sovereign will (40). When the ten heard about this, they became indignant with James and John (41). It was because they had the same desire for positions and felt usurped by James and John. This matter had begun to divide Jesus’ disciples and they were in danger of forming factions. Selfish ambition to become the greatest among Christian brothers and sisters always begets serious consequences: jealousy, strife, division, hatred, bitterness and dissension. It dishonors God and can destroy the Christian community.

Second, Jesus teaches his disciples servant leadership (42-45). How did Jesus deal with this? Instead of being upset, Jesus used this as an opportunity to teach his disciples servant leadership. Jesus called them together and said, “You know that those who are regarded as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their high officials exercise authority over them” (42). In the world, to become great means having a position of authority and exercising it from the top down. In order to do this, one needs a title or position with authority. Then and now, people see others as competitors and take advantage of their position for their own benefit. They are willing to trample on the people under them to advance their own position. So there is always a power struggle going on. In order to win this power struggle, people are ready to betray anyone. There are no real friendships. No one can be trusted. There is always tension, which leads to great stress, migraine headaches and heart palpitations. People have no peace, and can hardly sleep. The disciples knew this very well and blamed the Gentile rulers. Still, they were becoming just like them.

   Jesus said to them, “Not so with you” (43a). What does this mean? It means that their mindset, value system and lifestyle should be different from Gentile rulers. Jesus introduced a totally different concept of leadership in the Christian community. How should they be different? Jesus said, “Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all” (43-44). Jesus did not deny their desire to become great. He only taught them how to become truly great. The word “whoever” means this is a general principle which applies universally. It indicates that anyone willing to practice his teaching can become great. It is not limited to a few people as it is in the power hierarchy. Anyone and everyone can be great. The problem is how. Jesus said, “must be your servant” and “must be slave of all.”

Here Jesus urges us to learn the attitude of a servant or a slave in order to become great. This was revolutionary. In Plato’s “Republic,” the ideal city founded by Socrates was characterized by four virtues: wisdom, courage, moderation and justice. Under Plato’s influence, those who wanted to be leaders tried to cultivate these virtues. At that time, servants and slaves were hardly regarded as human beings; they were living tools. It was unthinkable for one with the attitude of a servant or slave to be a leader. Servantship was not regarded as a virtue at all, but as a duty. But since Jesus introduced servantship as the most important virtue to become a leader, many have pursued it. High officials are often called “public servants.” Especially this is the most essential quality for a church leader.

   Hearing Jesus’ words must have shocked his disciples. As difficult as it was to hear, it is even harder to practice. There had never been an example, and they needed one. That is why Jesus pointed them to his own example. Let’s read verse 45. “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.” The word “even” is significant. As the messianic title “Son of Man” indicates, Jesus is God (Jn 1:1). He could be the exception to this teaching. But even Jesus became a servant. Therefore, there is no exception; anyone and everyone who wants to be great must learn this servantship. Servantship is grounded in humility. Humility is not just a means to attain a goal. Humility is neither temporary nor training for the next step. It is a mindset before God and the imitation of Christ on the most foundational level. So Apostle Paul urges believers: “In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus…” (Php 2:5). Jesus’ servant leadership began with how he saw himself. Though he is in very nature God, he did not think he should be equal with God. Rather, he gave up his rights and privileges as God, in an act of renunciation. Jesus set aside his power and glory and took on the weaknesses of human flesh. Even among human beings, Jesus became a servant, not a ruler. He said, “I am among you as one who serves” (Lk 22:27c). Jesus served his disciples, caring for them one by one, bearing all their weaknesses, and even washing their dirty feet (Jn 13:5). Afterward, Jesus said, “I have set you an example, that you should do as I have done for you” (Jn 13:15).

   In order to serve others as he did, Jesus denied the desire to be served. Everyone wants to be valued by others and to feel important, even though they are not. Everyone wants to be respected by others and to become somebody, even though they are nobody. It is a deeply rooted human desire. Though Jesus was worthy of all honor, glory and praise from all human beings (Rev 5:12), he denied this desire. Rather, he served others. Serving is not just doing menial acts for others, like a waiter at a dinner table. Serving is not just doing good deeds such as giving a gift or buying a meal. Serving is not a means to become great. Serving has a much deeper meaning; it is to be transformed by learning of Christ. Duane Elmer is an honorary Professor of International Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. In his book, “Cross-Cultural Servanthood,” he describes the elements of serving: openness, acceptance, trust, learning and understanding. The process of serving is not static, but dynamic. These elements are interrelated in terms of serving. In order to serve someone, we need to open our hearts and welcome them so they may feel comfortable. We need to accept them as they are, even though they are quite different than us. Then they can feel that they are valued. We should build trust by respecting others as human beings made in God’s image. A sign of this trust is the sharing of something very personal. Regarding learning, we should not teach one-sidedly, but learn mutually. Learning from others signals humility and willingness to identify with them. Understanding comes as we learn from and with others. Without understanding we cannot serve others properly, but only irritate them. When all of these elements are present in our serving, we can say that we serve others truly. In order to serve mankind to the full measure, Jesus gave everything, even his own life, as a ransom for our sins. Jesus’ example of serving was the total sacrifice of himself.

   Jesus’ servantship has had a huge impact on the world. So many people have followed Jesus’ example and lived a truly great life. Take, for example, Abraham Lincoln. When he began his career as a lawyer, Edward Stanton opposed him in many ways. Once Stanton said, “We don’t need to go to Africa to see a gorilla. If we go to Springfield, Illinois we meet Gorilla Lincoln.” After Lincoln was elected president, Stanton continued to attack him, saying that his election was a “national disaster.” Everyone noticed that he was an enemy of Lincoln. When Lincoln formed his Cabinet, he appointed Stanton as Secretary of War, the most important position at that time of the Civil War. Lincoln’s aides strongly opposed this. Lincoln responded, “I don’t care if he despises me 100 times. I cannot find such a qualified person as him to overcome this crisis.” His aides responded, “Still, he is an enemy. We must get rid of him.” Lincoln said with a smile, “I also think so. We should get rid of our enemies from our hearts. When we practice Jesus’ words, ‘Love your enemy,’ we can make our enemies our friends. Then our enemy will be gone and we will earn a friend. We can kill two birds with one stone.” Stanton became a friend and coworker of Lincoln. He overcame many hardships in uniting America. Later, when Lincoln was killed, Stanton was more sorrowful than others and said at his funeral, “Here the greatest man has been laid.”

   My name is Mark. The late Dr. Samuel Lee gave me this name because I served in menial ways like a janitor. From my freshman year I cleaned the church, including the traditional Korean restroom which had no running water. I manually printed copies of Bible messages and study questions. I repaired leaking roofs and made the environment for meetings by taking noisy children out and playing with them. There were many other ways in which I served. One student thought that I was a professional janitor. I thought that by serving like this, my life would become meaningful and great. But my mind was always anxious; I had no real peace or joy. I did not know what was wrong with me. But through deep Bible study I realized that I was using serving as a means to become great and that my motive in serving others must be to imitate Jesus.

In 1974 I married Missionary Anna. We took Mark 10:45 as our house church key verse. In 1976 we began to pioneer Korea University along with others. We tried to imitate Jesus by serving others. At first I tried to serve them by helping solve their problems. Yet as soon as one problem was solved, other problems appeared. Problem solving seemed to be endless. I hoped that people would not have any problems. But this is true only at the graveyard. Through much prayer I began to focus on planting faith in the words of God. Real solutions and lasting fruit comes only from the word of God. Realizing this I devoted myself to studying and teaching the words of God diligently. A couple of times I delivered a message every day for one week. Then the words of God gained power. Many young people were transformed and dedicated themselves to God’s kingdom’s work.

When I studied Matthew’s gospel, I was deeply moved by Jesus’ compassion on the marginalized. Jesus did not break a bruised reed or snuff out a smoldering wick (Mt 12:20). Jesus never cut off hope for weak people. Rather, Jesus embraced and bore with people as he did Matthew, who became a beautiful gospel writer. I tried to practice this. I learned that I should not lose hope for anyone. Everyone has hope in Jesus. Learning this changed the way I served people. In the past, with a good intention, I had tried to correct people’s weak points, thinking that they would become better. But it did not work at all. Rather, it wounded them. I was shocked. In addition, I found that I could not even correct myself. Since then, I tried to see only the good point in others and help them to develop it. I applied this to everyone, including my children and myself. There was a noticeable change in my ministry. One day Dr. Lee sent me two brothers who had been in Russia. He asked me to take care of them because they fought so much they had become a bad influence. Most people blamed Jacob Lim more than the other person. But when I observed him very carefully, I found that he was very faithful and pure. He was truthful and childlike, but he was inflexible. He could not lie nor bear the small wrongs of others. That is why he was blamed and could not get along with others. I commended his good point instead of pointing out his weak point, and encouraged him to develop his good point. Through this, he was greatly strengthened and changed. Later, he became a good shepherd and a wonderful manager of the An Am ministry. In this way, some very unlikely people were changed and became our close and reliable coworkers.

   Missionary Anna learned from Jesus to value one lost person more than 99 righteous persons based on Jesus’ parable in Luke 15. She devoted herself to one-to-one ministry and to a life to prayer. Every morning she prayed with shepherd’s wives. She also prayed with my mother-in-law every night. As she took care of people one by one with the words of God and prayer, so many were changed into useful servants of God. In this way we worked together in serving God’s people. When we did so, God blessed our ministry abundantly. We were so busy that it was not easy to take care of our children. Our home was open, and so many people were coming and going—some even living with us—that we had no time for family gatherings. One day my son complained to me, saying, “You do not love me. You only love your Bible students.” So I said, “You are my only son. How can I not love you?” He said, “What is the evidence? You are willing to spend time with others, but not me.” I was shocked. Through much prayer we decided to have a family prayer meeting once a week. We shared our agonies and prayed together only among family members. We spent the two main Korean holidays, Lunar New Year and Thanksgiving, together in a family retreat for three days each. God helped our children to know Jesus and grow as his disciples. Now they are serving the Lord as mission coworkers in beautiful house churches.

   After 35 years of serving in Korea, God led us to America as missionaries. We had to do many things by ourselves. Through this I came to know that in Korea I had been served in many ways by others. Actually Dr. Lee served me so much, as his own dear son. My wife Anna served me by bearing all my weaknesses with prayer faithfully. My mother-in-law served me in the same way. Many coworkers served me in so many ways in Jesus’ name. In America, I expected people to serve me with respect. When a young American patted me on the back like a friend, I felt offended because I have a Korean seniority mentality. Through this I repented of my pride and decided to learn of Jesus’ humility newly. I have taken Philippians 2:7 as my key verse for the last five years. It says, “…he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant….” Whenever I wanted to be recognized or respected by others, I meditated on this verse. God’s blessing of learning Jesus’ mindset is overflowing in my heart.

   In 1977, when Dr. Lee left Korea to go to America, he appointed me to oversee the Bible study material team. For a couple of years I could not sleep well due to the heavy responsibility. But through this I could grow, and was able to serve my fellow Korean staff members for 28 years with the words of God. After coming to America, I wanted to make the same kind of contribution. By God’s grace an American Bible study material team was formed in 2007. It included American senior pastors: Ron, Mark and Teddy, and some Korean missionaries. As we studied the Bible together and shared our agonies we formed a very close bond of friendship, overcoming cultural differences. In God’s work genuine friendship in the word of God is crucial. Furthermore, as Pastor Ron and I have worked together closely in various ways a genuine friendship has grown like that of Jonathan and David.

   After the 2008 Purdue Conference, Missionary Anna and I had a plan to pioneer one campus. We had no plan to stay in Chicago. At that moment, Mother Sarah Barry asked Missionary Anna to become her personal assistant. So we prayed a lot to find God’s leading. We realized that serving Mother Barry was the most important mission for us. So we decided to follow God’s leading. Since we have lived with Mother Barry, we were amazed by her servant’s life. She has an open house. She leaves the door open 24 hours and many people freely come in without knocking. Whoever comes is welcomed with delicious food, gourmet coffee, and most of all Bible study and prayer. Bible study is not one-sided. She always says that she learns from others. She trusts people, especially young people. She tries to understand each person by listening very prayerfully. I can see Jesus’ image of a servant in her life. I feel far from this. It is really a great privilege to live with her. I pray that I may learn Jesus’ servantship from my heart throughout my lifetime. It is such a great blessing to learn Jesus’ servant leadership. May God bless us all to do so.

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515 나이지리아 한송이(수산나)선교사님으로부터 온 편지 [2] mk 2015-04-26 1872
514    Re..이메일로연락주세요.기도와물질로후원하고싶어요. 리디아김 2015-10-13 728
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512 2015멕시코 수양회 보고 mk 2015-04-13 1828
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510 부활절 야외 예배 [1] 전여호수아 2015-04-06 1101
509 뮌헨의 이디모데 선교사님으로부터 온 감사편지 [1] mk 2015-03-18 1151
508 1월 15일-18일 아르헨티나 남남미 여름수양회 보고 mk 2015-01-21 1440
507 인도네시아 2014년 선교보고 mk 2015-01-08 2008
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505 야로슬로바(레베카) 목자의 프라이버그 역사보고와 인생소감 [4] mk 2014-12-18 1937
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503 칠레 전여호수아 선교사님께 온 편지 [2] mk 2014-12-16 1665
502 서요한선교사님이 12월 16일 오십니다. 25일 출국예정 mk 2014-12-15 1085
501 장디모데 선교사님께 신정민 2014-12-15 1122
500 성탄 인사 (인도에서) [5] 장디모데 2014-12-12 1719
499 양마가 선교사님이 보내오신 영어 메세지 mk 2014-11-29 1282
498 양마가(시카고) 선교사님으로부터 온 편지 mk 2014-11-29 1684
497 홍콩 Lewis 정(인성) 선교사님으로부터 온 편지 [4] mk 2014-11-21 1934
496 Tempe의 David Kim 선교사님으로부터 온 편지 [4] mk 2014-10-26 1460
495 간절히 기도 부탁드립니다. [12] 엘리자베스 한 2014-10-14 1509
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493 Letter from M. Damon Londrigan, Korea [1] mk 2014-09-27 1171
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491 송대장다윗 선교사 편지와 사진 한장 더 mk 2014-08-27 2847
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489 인도네시아 여름수양회 소식 mk 2014-08-06 1390
488 테네시 필립 원 선교사가 워싱턴 FDA로 [3] mk 2014-08-06 1692
487 하나님의 은혜에 감사합니다. [3] Terasaki Abraham 2014-06-27 1214
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485 모스크바 김루디아, 모니카 합격소식 [3] mk 2014-06-21 2290
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483 2014년 일본 여름수양회를 위해 Terasaki Abraham 2014-06-07 1042
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