Christ humbled himself even more by becoming obedient to death – even death on a cross – which was reserved for criminals.
Somehow these Scriptures put a new perspective on my own petty points of view, my supposed “right” to not take any guff from anyone. I want to be more of a servant and less of me.
The phrase “dying to self” comes to mind. A quick internet search brought me to this page and these verses:
These are difficult lessons. Again, we must be sensitive to the Holy Spirit when serving others, when trying to achieve unity in our work places, churches, families - wherever!
Even when going about our day to day lives, let’s consider:
What works for us?
What is God telling us?
Are we enabling or supporting?
Are we becoming less?
As I meditate and saturate in these verses and the Holy Spirit’s voice, I find myself becoming slower to speak and respond. I find myself seeing life from a different perspective. I hope I am becoming gentler, wiser, kinder to others – and to myself.
Help me to see the lessons here and to incorporate them in to my life. Help me to know boundaries. Help to know when help others and when to lovingly detach.
I praise You for these lessons, difficult as they may be!
Dear Friend, this is my truth!
Covered In Love
I was able to make some charity blocks last month for Covered In Love! These were new for me, but Kat's tutorial was awesome!
Here's the blocks I made for January!
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