Walk with Humility
Ephesians 4:2a

The Upward Look
    by Max D. Hutto,

“with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love” Ephesians 4:2 ESV

What does it look like to walk in a manner worthy of the calling in Christ? Paul lists several character traits that exemplify this life in Christ. The first quality, humility, is not the putting down or thinking poorly of one’s self. A believer is highly valued and loved by God who has graciously and richly blessed the believer. Yet humbleness causes the believer to see others through God’s eyes, recognizing that God highly values and cares for them as well. Therefore, the believer willingly and selflessly loves and serves others.

Lord Jesus, yearning to bring glory to You in my daily walk, help me to respect others by humbly serving and demonstrating Your great love, mercy, and grace.


  May 13, 2022   -  © Copyright 2022, Max D. Hutto.

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