– Instructions For
opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble.'
Humble yourselves therefore
under the mighty hand of God, so he may exalt you in due time."
-1 Peter 5:5b-6
all our interactions in the world, one that is anything but natural is
humility. The more we do, the more deserving we feel. The better
we are at sometime, the more recognition we seek. Like Peacocks
and Turkeys we open our proud spread that everyone can see and be amazed.
We are not only good, we are great.
Confidence, pride and excellence begin to drive our ship, our life; notice
Hear the Good News, as
God works in our life, we understand our pride is limited, but pride in
what Christ has done for you, for me, for the most and the least knows
no bounds.We live in a world where we are invited to open up our plumes and
show off how good we are and to create separation from the lesser.
Well, Turkey Season just ended in East Texas. The
Turkeys that opened up their feathers,
showed a great deal of separation from the others, definitely stood out for
the hunters. Life is to be lived. Life is to be enjoyed, while
at the same time remembering who we are, who's we are and what we are called
to do. Follow the internet link to 1
Peter and be reminded to who we all are.
thank You for all you have done in my life. For the life,
he friends the family by which I am surrounded. My life, even though
it has seen ups and downs, is truly blessed. When I think and reflect
on the many ways You have changed my life, I do become excited and proud.
But You know what, my pride is in You and all You have done. Me?
I have done
little in respect to all you have done for me, yet pride does sometimes get
the better of me. Father give me a humble heart, and let me be used by
You to change the lives of others. Thank
You Father, for all You have done in my life and all You will continue to do.