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The Humble King

The way of greatness in the kingdom is found in the towel. It is the way of the King who humbles himself to meet the needs of the servant. It is an example he intended for us to follow. Continue reading

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Second Fiddle

Harmony in the body of Christ requires that we learn to “play second fiddle.” The lessons of humility are not easy ones, but they are essential to bringing harmony to lives and relationships. Continue reading

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Choosing Leaders

Jesus lived a life of prayer. So it is not surprising that when he came to critical junctures in his life that he would spend extended time in prayer Continue reading

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Servant of All

The way to greatness is found in becoming a servant. The one who would be first must first become a slave of all. These are the principles of Christ’s kingdom.   Continue reading

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Cast All Your Cares

What do you do when life gets tough? How do you handle the curve balls thrown at you by life?  Continue reading

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Humility

Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus. Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

Grace always amazes me—especially when I find it’s sweet sound in unexpected places. This story of Manasseh is more unexpected than most—I’m still amazed by it. Here is one of the most evil Kings of the whole bunch—could grace save a wretch like Manasseh? Continue reading

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The Humble King

He was clear about his position. “Jesus knew that the Father had put all things under his power, and that he had come from God and was returning to God.” But that didn’t keep the King of Kings and Lord of Lords from taking the place of a servant. Continue reading

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Second Fiddle

John the Baptist knew that he was called to play second fiddle. “He must increase, but I must decrease.”  John’s disciples struggled with fact that the crowds were now going to Jesus.  John assured them that this was just as God had ordained it.   Continue reading

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Truly Blessed

Blessed indeed.  A young Jewish woman could hope for nothing greater than to be the mother of the promised Messiah. Continue reading

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