You all know how I feel about humility . . . It’s the building block to all healthy relationships – but we cannot experience true humility in our earthly relationships if we are not able to humble ourselves to God.
A wealthy man who gives to charity but isn’t humble exhibits a heart that longs for recognition.
A famous man who is a spokesperson for a charitable cause but isn’t humble exhibits a heart that is prideful and all about “face time.”
And a Chief Executive Officer of a Fortune 500 company might teach business classes to help those entering his field but if he isn’t humble, he’s just checking the box.
I want my sons (and my daughter for that matter but this post is at the M.O.B. Society) to understand the power behind these three sentences:
I’m sorry. I was wrong. Will you please forgive me?