Jesus gives us new insights and understand of how to be humble.
Although Christianity is a liberating faith, Christians are called to emulate Christ, who has (through the incarnation) and will (when He comes again) provide for us a perfect example of servanthood by willingly assuming the role of a slave.
We need to examine whether Jesus is truly number one in our lives or are we “worshiping another god?”
We are not called to merely be an associate of Christ Jesus, we are called to take responsibility for our growth in Him, and to become a true disciple of Jesus.
God wants to bless his children with good gifts, so keep on asking, seeking and knocking.
In response to circumstances, Jesus gives two important instructions: 1) Do not be afraid. 2) Believe in Him.
Transforming into the likeness of Jesus requires us to make some decisions
Bible Verses Used: 1 Peter 2: 5-9 Matthew 27: 51 Hebrews 10: 26 Hebrews 4: 14-16 Hebrews 13: 15-16 1 Corinthians 12: 12-27
Don’t think of failure as a painful end but rather as a step into a transformed future. Learn from failure the great lessons of Patient Perseverance and Humble Dependence on God.
When we bless and praise the Lord, we should do it not only with our lips, but with our souls as well.