In the Bible, numerous examples of individuals served kings, rulers, and leaders. Some leaders were just and righteous, while others were corrupt and unjust. However, the Bible teaches that regardless of the leader's character, we are called to serve them with respect and honor.
In Romans 13:1-7, the apostle Paul teaches that God appoints all authority and that we should submit to those in power over us. This includes kings, dictators, and elected presidents. The Bible also teaches that we should pray for our leaders (1 Timothy 2:1-2) and seek to live peaceful and quiet lives (1 Thessalonians 4:11-12).
However, this does not mean that we should blindly obey or condone any actions of our leaders that are contrary to God's commands. On the contrary, we should always prioritize obedience to God over adherence to human authorities (Acts 5:29).
In summary, as Christians, we are called to serve and respect our leaders, regardless of their character or political affiliation. But, at the same time, we must always prioritize our obedience to God and His commands above any human authority.