As a minister of the Word of God, sometimes you feel like the Psalmist wrote in Psalm 69:6,
Let not them that wait on thee, O Lord GOD of hosts, be ashamed for my sake: let not those that seek thee be confounded for my sake, O God of Israel.
As a minister of the Word of God you know you are a servant of God. You know that you are called of God to minister to the people of God. However, you also see your own human frailities. It is the desire of your heart that those who seek the Lord will not be hindered by your human frailities.
This morning, remember your pastor is just a man. He has the correct desire, even though at times he might not display it. He is doing his best to be faithful to God. His only desire is that you will be presented before the Father faultless. His desire to share the Word of God with you to help you walk faithfully with the Lord. Yes, he may fail at times ministering in the way you feel he should, but his motives are in the right place. If he is not being what you think he should be, ministering the way you think he should; pray for Him. Ask God to guide him. Suggest ways that you and him might serve God together. If you think he needs to serve better in a certain area, help him, encourage him. Remember, all he wants is for those who are put under his care to be strong and faithful to the Lord. He definitely doesn't want to be a hindrance. Pray for your pastor this morning.