Please take 15 minutes to read those chapters and to ask God to examine your attitudes... Are you focused on your relationship with God or are you distracted by the names and reputations of the "servants" (1 Cor 3:5) who the Lord assigns to each one of us.
Here are links to the chapters - clicking on each will open a new window.Here are a few lines from chapter 3:
chapter 1 - chapter 2 - chapter 3 - chapter 4
Our enemy and all spiritual forces of evil want all of us to take our attention off of the Lord. So the devil tempts both those who are recognized as spiritual "leaders" (actually not leaders but servants of God) and others.
- The devil tempts (1) the recognized spiritual leaders to put a lot of emphasis on themselves (being joyful or offended depending on people's response to them)
- The devil also tempts (2) the rest of the people to spend too much time thinking about their relationships, whether good or difficult, with "pastors" and others who have spiritual leadership responsibilities in their churches, Bible study groups, prayer groups, etc.
- isolating yourself spiritually or moving from one fellowship to another in a way that does not honor God (and thereby disobey the command of God that we "love one another" within the Christian fellowship)
- avoiding close fellowships and staying only in large assemblies of believers where the relationships are less personal.