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Humility is a Superpower

“He guides the humble in what is right and teaches them his way.” – Psalm 25:9 Can I make you a promise today? Your life will be better and you’ll be more successful in general if you’re not trapped by the opinions of other people. Instead, let’s learn to rise above what others are saying and connect with the goodness of God. Being humble is honestly a superpower that’s being lost today. With so much false humility in society these days, it’s becoming increasingly extraordinary to be truly humble. I respect those who have genuinely trained themselves to stop focusing on the cares of this world. These are individuals who chose to become the kind of people who encourage others, and can rejoice with people when they rejoice.  There are many situations and circumstances in which we can feel offended and hurt. When you’re not invited to an event and

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Real Success

“The greatest among you will be your servant. For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.” – Matthew 23:11,12 Did you know that if you invest in God, and invest in people, it pays out dividends? This is sound advice taught by Jesus, whether you’re a person of faith or not. He tells us that those who are humble will be exalted, and those who exalt themselves will be humbled. Around the globe, you can study simply by observing the principle that people who humble themselves are exalted, both in this life and in the next. Part of living a humble life is the importance of becoming the kind of person who frees their minds from comparing themselves to other people. It’s about removing yourself from social circles where everyone talks about all the great things they’re doing. Let’s not cripple ourselves

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Leading Close to Home

“‘My food,’ said Jesus, ‘is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work.’” – John 4:34 One of the most remarkable things about the life and ministry of Jesus is that He never traveled more than thirty miles away from where He was born. While He certainly traversed the countryside to engage in ministry work, He didn’t go on a worldwide conquest, nor did He exert great amounts of energy trying to gain fans and followers. Unlike powerful leaders of history such as Alexander the Great and Caesar, He never led a military revolution, nor did He build any monuments to Himself. And in contrast to the presidents and heads of state of today, He didn’t campaign, engage in self-promotion, or write books in His own hand. Nevertheless, He started the most powerful and culturally-transformative movement ever to impact mankind. Though He built no

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