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Our Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake (Official Day 2011)

Pride is undue attention in ones skills, accomplishments, attentions, and possessions. Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake encourages the church to put aside all prideful matters and put on the attractive garb of humility.

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  • Janie L. Brazier

    Bishop, this was a great message–I streamed it Live last year! — to help “focus” the church (each member) on our mission to draw the world to Christ. If our behaviors and attitudes act as repellents we will rarely draw anyone close enough to feel the Love,Compassion, and Forgiveness of our Saviour. I believe that Humility is the “bottom” line for Kingdom work at any level. Without it we are not effective… We may be sharp, wise, cunning, creative, and skilled in many areas…, but we just won’t be effective.

    Always Praying for You,

    JLB

  • http://Google Janie L. Brazier

    Bishop, this was a great message–I streamed it Live last year –to help “focus” the church (each member) on our mission to draw the world to Christ. If our behaviors and attitudes act as repellents we will rarely draw anyone close enough to feel the Love, Compassion, and Forgiveness of our Saviour. I believe that Humility is the “bottom” line for Kingdom work at any level. Without it we are nor effective… We may be sharp, wise, cunning, creative, and skilled in many areas…, but we just won’t be effective.

    Always Praying for You,

    JLB

  • Psalm 139:23,24

    THANK YOU JESUS FOR YOUR WORD
    (To Me First – Show me myself Lord)
    Help us ALL Jesus to watch for this
    Hidden enemy!
    Saints, it’s time for us to search ourselves. Please pray for me.

  • http://azusa.mejcogic.org/ Robert Harris

    There’s an old adage that states: “humility if a funny thing… once you know you’ve got it, you’ve lost it” Humility is truly one of those Jesus qualities that we will forever be aspiring to keep. The opposite of this as Bishop states is Pride. Our old nature thrives on it. Dr. Martin Luther King addressed it in his speech “The Drum Major Instinct” where suggests that our natural drive is somewhat like a drum major, needing to be at the head of the parade, with all attention focused on us. We need to feel significant. He closes the speech by saying that its a good instinct if we use it for the cause of righteousness. As Bishop states Humility is attractive! If we invert this drive “to be important and to be number One” to be of service to others, promoting them above ourselves (which is humility) then we will stand out amongst the crowd. The word tells us that if we do good things privately that God will reward us publicly. “The greatest among you shall be as a servant” And the bottom line is humility is truly having the mind of Christ.