Sermons on Pride & Humility
God is most satisfied in us when we are most satisfied in him. A fresh angle for the Christian Hedonist from Psalm 131.
Meekness begins with God and ends with God.
Blessed are those who feel keenly their helplessness and their unworthiness and their emptiness and are driven by them to the grace of God.
Humility is what we need if we hope to find rest in the promises of God.
The battle against pride is the battle against unbelief. The fight for humility is the fight of faith.
What does Jesus see as the underlying problem when he indicts unbelievers?
Let's join John the Baptist in saying, “Jesus must increase, but I must decrease.”
God planned the sin at the tower of Babel for the praise of Jesus.
For those who live to spread my praise to all nations, says the Lord, nothing shall be lacking.
Since we sin against God every day, we should be broken; and, since the throne of God is a throne of grace, we should be bold.
God's purpose in creating man and saving sinners is that we might boast in him.