Our Savior was crushed and spit upon….

The king of kings was born to a lowly girl (Luke 1:4) The creator of the universe was swaddled and laid in a feeding trough (Luke 2:7) The first to hear of the birth of the Messiah and come to worship him were mere shepherds (Luke 2: 8-17) Jesus was born to a family too poor to offer the sacrifice of a lamb — so they gave two turtledoves instead. (Luke 2: 22-24) Leveticus 12:6-8)

Are we this lowly. Are we this humble? Or do we believe that we are always entitled to something bigger, better or more than we already have. Are you too prideful to do the unnoticed and embarrassing tasks — like washing the dirty feet of others, hoping they will reciprocate or express their deep gratitude…

Don’t ever become so high that you believe, think or feel, that you are beyond being taught, by someone who you deem, to be lower than yourself. God can and will use anyone to drop a word of wisdom, wisdom that can help or give you clarity.

God doesn’t see your rank, position, colour, or creed . He sees your heart. Becareful how you treat people, don’t manipulate, condemn or use people, even “little” people who God may use to bless you. God sees everything, We are all God’s children and it’s good to remember that as you go along your daily life.

As Paul wrote, “though He was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, He humbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on the cross…” (Philippians 2: 6-9)

Don’t let Pride tiptoe into your hearts. Be humble! Let the most beautiful thing about you be your heart. Amen!❀❀❀ God bless.πŸ’•

Blessings and Love. . . 😊

272 thoughts on “ARE WE THIS HUMBLE?

  1. What’s so interesting about the subject matter of this post, Godly Chic, is the fact that scripture uses the word ‘body’ to define the church membership. In and of itself, the ‘body’ or our bodies have different functions for different duties. But the most important part of the human body is their hearts and blood. But thanks be to God he designed other parts to absolutely function in sync with both of them. “I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, then to dwell in the tents of the wicked.” Psalm 84:10. In other words, I’d rather be a part of the Body in the house of my God, then to be a part of the unsaved body.

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