Does it not follow inevitably that my attitude towards everybody else must be completely and entirely changed? Continue reading
Becoming childlike is not a reference to being “innocent as a child” or having the “simple faith of a child”. So what does it mean? Continue reading
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Tagged greatest in the kingdom, Humble, humility and salvation, Kingdom of Jesus, Matthew 18, Poor in spirit
The person who frequently feels humble is probably not very humble.
People often misread humility by associating it with quiet, less outgoing or passive personalities.
Humility is self-confidence that runs far deeper than the tenuous self-confidence of the person who believes in himself because others look up to him.
Posted in Humility, Kingdom, Poor in spirit, Salvation, Seeking God, Walking with God
Tagged Humble, Humility, Kingdom of Jesus, Poor in spirit, proud people, Servant, True salvation
I was recently asked a question about Jesus’ words, “Blessed are the poor in spirit.” Does this refer to actual poverty or spiritual humility? Does “blessed” mean “happy”? I shared a few thoughts and decided to post them for others. … Continue reading
Posted in Human depravity, Humility, Kingdom, Politics, Poor in spirit, Salvation, Sermon on the Mount, Spiritual disciplines, Spiritual growth, Spiritual inventory, Spiritual transformation, True Christianity?
Tagged Poor in spirit, Sermon on the Mount