“Generosity of Spirit” = One of the most important qualities we can offer our spouse, children, and family…to our friends and co-workers. Why is our default reaction sometimes set to a sort of "Stinginess of Spirit?" We must be generous in the grace, meekness, and forgiveness that we inject into our interpersonal relationships. … Continue reading Generosity of Spirit
Pride is not easily appeased. Even if it gets its way, it will come back later, wanting more and more. In the end, pride is empty and never filled. Humility is more easily satisfied. It wants not. Often mistaken for weakness, humility is rooted in strength. In the end, humility is full of life and … Continue reading Comfortable Humility
I am humbled by my experiences at a prayer meeting this evening. The taxi driver was reluctant to leave me in the parking lot. The church building’s neighborhood was less than 3 miles from my hotel downtown, but it was a world away. Drugs, alcohol, prostitution, and crime were not strangers to these lots … Continue reading A Prayer Meeting in Louisville
"He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God." ~Micah 6:8 (NIV).