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I realize this is a controversial subject. I ask that you just hold on for a few minutes and read this post with an open mind. It’s a tough issue, but, I feel strongly that if we give ourselves to it in a holy and biblical way, we’ll know a peace, a harmony and a […] Continue reading…
Here’s something radically important for us to understand. The truth we know will set us free.
Freedom isn’t a buzz word, It’s God’s intention. It’s a vital part of the life Christ came to give us.
People are hungering and thirsting for happiness, but it’s mysteriously disappearing right in front of them because they are going about it backward.
Jesus says that people will be humbled—you can either fall on the rock or let the rock fall on you.
When we are leaders characterized by humility, we choose to serve. We choose to place the authority we have under control of the One who asks us to love Him and others first.
We all need a good dose of reality: nobody’s thinking that much about any of us today.
There is no place in the Gospels’ accounts of Jesus’ life where He looked at people in an arrogant way and asked them, “Do you know who I am? Do you know who you’re talking to right now?” There was never a sense of that in Him, because humility doesn’t think or talk that way.
Our culture calls us to be self-assured and aggressive, possessing and marketing ourselves to get what we want. Meekness? Hardly.
When we look closely at godly sorrow, it challenges and encourages our hearts to start living with some mourning over our sin that will produce comfort from God Himself.