Tag Archives: humility

The Sacred Honor of Service

The world usually doesn’t use the words “honor” and “service” in the same breath. The world doesn’t like to serve, and often considers it a bother and a burden rather than an honor, when it must serve. Honor, the world … Continue reading

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Authentic Humility

Humility is a sneered-at word. Who wants to be humble? It is equated with weakness, being a victim, and impotency. Pride, on the other hand, is envied, vaunted, and promoted. Why? Possibly because we’ve often misunderstood what humility is. This … Continue reading

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The Humble Still Receive Him

Though over 2000 years have come and gone since the coming of Christ, some things have changed very little — “Wise Men Still Seek Him”, “Evil Men Still Are Troubled by Him”, “The World Still Doesn’t Recognize Him”, and “The … Continue reading

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Listen to Him — Matthew 17-19

The Gospels are so full of great teachings and examples. I’m grateful for four of them as I write this blog, because it means that as I skip over some really good things, I know I’ll come back to them … Continue reading

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You’re never too lost for God — Ezekiel 33-35

Well central New England received its first snowfall of the season — with more predicted for the weekend. Some of us are delighted, others of us are groaning at the anticipated work of snow removal; but it’s all a part … Continue reading

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