Sometimes, there are greater reasons (and not just our personal preferences) for someone to be in a specific role.
The author of Hebrews makes some pretty impressive statements about angels, but then guides us to Someone who is even more important.
Who do we talk to about getting some changes made around here?
We may already know that we should pray for those in authority. How - and what - do we actually pray for them, though?
Aren't you glad that Jesus didn't have to campaign in order to receive His authority and power?
In the church, everyone has responsibilities.
If we are never going to be in charge of Jesus' church, what drives us to keep doing our best?
Voice-acted video games might not know details about who is playing, but we don't have that excuse: each of us knows who we are following.
I'm pretty sure that I am not in charge of any kingdoms. So, why do I act like it, sometimes?
Since each of us is unique, a change in leadership doesn't have to result in continued uniformity.
While following Jesus, but still living here on earth, we may feel like we are "paying" two masters, but Jesus provided us a path that navigates both worlds.