A humble eye learns to see things the way God sees them, not the way we see them. It sees life and all it’s amenities as undeserved gifts.
Humility has nothing to boast about. It doesn’t pretend to outsmart reality. Humility realizes and admits that our desires, feelings, and opinions may be completely off track.
Humility is the willingness to learn and to accept the truth, even when you don’t like it. It is to be open to correction and immune to rejection. To embrace humility is to be more concerned about conspiracy and deception in your own heart than in the world around you.
Humility is freedom from self-focus. It isn’t distracted with a desire for recognition, approval, or applause. Humility is the willingness to do small things that seem insignificant and to do them well.
Humility is the courage to be honest. Pride likes to hide behind lies.
Humility lets God set the rules, seeks to live by them, and openly admits any failures to do so. It believes that God loves us, not because we are lovable, but because He is loving and merciful. If you won’t learn from “Christ in you,” you surely won’t learn from a sermon.
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From the heart.