Humility is a important character trait to have. Being contrite can help rebuild bridges that have caught fire through my own verbal mistakes. Admitting when one has done wrong is something I don’t have a problem doing. When there have been hurt feelings I will say sorry and I will want to try to reconcile with the persons I have offended. Never fear that when I have done somebody wrong I do what…
Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a Donkey…In modern day it might be a old pickup truck. Many of us ride around in basic, reliable transportation to get us to where we need to be. Some just use the feet their creator gave them. There are some folks who want a jet airliner or a really fancy car. If we lived our lives more simply perhaps we would have less stress in our lives. We must be mindful that humility is a treasured thing. Just food for thought.
Humility will get you further in life than arrogance.
Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.
If being a “devout” Christian means praying after a touchdown in a football game or calling people out on their sins while ignoring yours then I don’t know if I wanna be on that team.
What happened to love, humility and kindness? Really I am tired of my faith being hijacked by people who think a Christian has to bash people. I am just frustrated.
You can be a devout Christian and be a liberal too. It’s time to think different.
If we would be more humble and be mindful of others there might be less conflict in the world. This means getting to know who you are. Humility can solve a lot of problems.
He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?
I have a philosophy about why there is so much drama in the world. Its about selfishness, ego and pride that can impact people the most. If we shared more, thought less of ourselves and exercised humility the world would be a better place. I hope things get better for the world. Faith, peace and hope everyone!