After a couple of losses and a string of criticism, Hall of Famer
Quarterback Sonny Jerguson was asked by a sea of reporters if he wanted to quit.
He leaned back and smiled a big, toothless grin to the crowd of sports reporters:
“No, not really. I don’t want to quit. I’ve been in this game long enough to know
that every quarterback, every week of the season,
spends his time either in the penthouse or in the outhouse.”
Sometimes leadership is like that. We can feel we are either at the top or dragging the bottom.
Here we see Nehemiah in one of the low times. And in the low times,
Nehemiah teaches us how to handle intimidation, gossip and rumors.