Today’s sermon from North Presbyterian Church.
A friend once told me, “You have to be careful what you pray for.”
If you pray for patience, God will make you wait for it. If you pray for a deeper understanding of God’s love, God will bring someone into your life who is difficult to love. And if you pray for humility, God will put you in a situation that you find humiliating.
Humility is probably the hardest thing to pray for and the hardest lesson to learn in the spiritual life. Those who have humility often don’t realize they have it. Truly humble people are more likely to be conscious of the many ways in which they fail to be humble.
Conversely, those who claim to have humility are often gravely mistaken. I don’t think there is anyone, other than Christ himself, who can…
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