Humble Yourself, Part 2 – A
When Jesus washed the disciples’ feet, He took humility to a whole new level. While others might have served out of a sense of superiority, or out of a desire to show off, Christ did it to set an example of how we are to treat each other in the Kingdom of God.
You are perfectly, unconditionally, and forever loved by your Heavenly Father. When you receive and share that love, it’s a catalyst for God to transform every area of your life. There is nothing stronger than real, selfless, Biblical love. It’s time to let God’s love transform you and everyone around you. I am beyond excited about a new teaching resource my wife Kathy and I have put together for you this month. For as long as I can remember, Kathy has sent handwritten notes of encouragement to people as God leads. It’s part of her personal ministry, and she’s so faithful to it. She’s blessed so many people with this simple act of love, and I want to share that with you today. Please don’t miss this. —James MacDonald Request the You are Loved Collection with your gift of any amount to the ministry of Walk in the Word.