I recently received a note from the former General Secretary of a denomination: "We have a crisis concerning leadership at present. Whereas previous generations had held with: ‘Whoever wants to be the greatest must be the servant of all,’ the present one thinks: ‘Let's impose our will upon them.’ This is the reason for the disaster ..." OBSERVATION: Personally, I’d cast it in spiritual terms rather than in terms of human will. It is about yielding to the Holy Spirit or not. I think this is the continual struggle of the Church everywhere -- between human control and divine control -- human influence and divine influence -- human will and Holy Spirit. The two stand in stark contrast with one other. And all the more so where there are people present who do not have communion with the Holy Spirit.