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Let us be clothed in humility

Sunday February 25, 2024

Theme: “Let us be clothed in humility

Text: 1 Corinthians 4:6 and 7

6. It is for your sake, brothers, that I have applied these things to myself and to Apollos, so that you may learn in us not to go beyond what is written , and let none of you conceive pride in favor of one against the other. 7. For who is it that sets you apart? What have you that you have not received? And if you have received it, why do you boast, as if you had not received it?

Let's remember:

Paul did not want to misuse his title of apostle. With Apollos, They were to be regarded as servants of Christ, and dispensers of the mysteries of God. As such, they set limits for themselves, they imposed demands on themselves that should not be deconstructed. If there were three things they wanted to preserve at all costs, it was humility, fidelity and recognition of the graces received. Being dispensers, each one had to be found faithful. This is almost the price to pay to be called a dispenser of divine graces. Among Paul's greatest interpersonal struggles was never being puffed up. The Lord Jesus got involved by putting an angel on him who blew on his thorn so that he would remember to be nothing more than a vessel in the service of the King. 2 Corinthians 12:7. “And that I might not be lifted up with pride, because of the excellency of these revelations, there was put into my flesh a thorn, an angel of Satan, to smite me and m 'stop myself from being proud'. The weaknesses we carry should keep us humble instead of being proud with visible flaws. Everything we have comes from God, let's be humble. Excellent Sunday. Amen

Alain Louz.-

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