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Are You Willing to Wash "Dirty Feet"? (Article 18-7)

Sadly, most people are willing to serve; few are willing to work and even more are willing to let them. This attitude carries over into the Christian life. When it comes to serving in some practical way, whether it be in our church, at work, in our community, and even within our own family, too many people (many Christians) have some mechanism that makes them want to hide or walk away. As Christians, we must remember that we are all called to be servants. There are no exceptions. If a person is a follower of Jesus Christ, he or she will be developing into a servant. That is so because Christ is our supreme example of servanthood. Putting Life Into Perspective. Do you ever marvel that whe

Pride - The Root of All Evil (Article 18-6)

We often hear or read that being “prideful” is wrong and a sin in God’s eyes. In fact, scripture makes it abundantly clear that God hates pride (Proverbs 8:13) and there is more hope for a fool than a prideful man (Proverbs 26:12). When we think about how scripture equates being a “fool” to a dog’s vomit (Proverbs 26:11), we are able to understand just how bad it is to be prideful. To be blunt, pride is the root of all evil. So, what is it about pride that makes it such an egregious sin in God’s eyes? Why can’t we be prideful? Can We Be Prideful?: There is a difference between the kind of pride that God hates and the kind of pride we can feel about a job well done (Galatians 6:4) or th

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