Humility…understanding that you haven’t arrived and are continually in need of His grace.
Humility…realizing that you are in need of a Savior.
Humility…serving others when you don’t feel like it or when it can be inconvenient.
Humility…choosing to understand, not understood, first.
Humility…absolutely vital in the relationships within the Body of Christ.
Humility…putting the interests of others before your own.
Humility…what we are called to reflect to the world, starting with those closest to us.
Humility…what we think others need, and we already have down.
Humility…what now may be mocked, but one day will be exalted and honored.
Humility…allowing God’s Word to be the authority in your life.
Humility…trusting God’s infinite plan more than your finite one.
Humility…choosing to love all people, not just the ones who are think, look, and talk like you.
Humility…critical to anyone who calls themselves a leader.
Humility…laying down your personal agenda for God’s agenda.
Humility…not shifting blame, but owning it.
Humility…serving faithfully when no one else notices but your Father in Heaven.
Humility…giving generously first to the Kingdom and God’s work, and not your own desires.
Humility…picking up your cross daily and dying to yourself.
Humility…coming to the point where you understand the world doesn’t revolve around you.
Humility…what is often missing in the midst of the marriage conflict.
Humility…where you are more interested in hearing than being heard.
Humility…easier said than done.
Humility…not something we achieve or obtain, but pursue by the grace of God.
Humility…Jesus, the Son of God, born in humble circumstances.
Humility…Jesus, the Son of God, living a life of serving and loving others.
Humility…Jesus, the Son of God, laying down His life for His friends.