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Humility frees me to not only embrace myself but to accept others.

Jesus is not looking for those who pledge to become loyalists but for those who will not stop until their entire existence is defined by the capital L Love of God. That's what it takes to be a disciple maker.

We are prone to think of insight as some kind of mystical quality possessed by the few. The truth is that insight comes to those willing to take the time to "see into" something or someone.

Jesus is not looking for those who pledge to become loyalists but for those who will not stop until their entire existence is defined by the capital L Love of God. That's what it takes to be a disciple maker.

Pride leads to humiliation, which is involuntary humility. The only remedy? Voluntary humility.

Almighty God, to you all hearts are open, all desires known, and from you no secrets are hid. (Anglican Collect of Purity)

When we “commit to the Lord whatever we do,” it brings us into the kind of relationship with God whereby we make our plans from a posture of wisdom.

Gentleness does not mean conflict avoidance. It actually shows up in the way one engages conflict.

Jesus is not looking for those who pledge to become loyalists but for those who will not stop until their entire existence is defined by the capital L Love of God. That's what it takes to be a disciple maker.

There is no such thing as easy money. We must learn the smallest, biggest truth about earning money, which is that money comes in little by little.

Until our hearts and our minds are under the guard and watch-care of the peace of God we are forced to guard them ourselves.

Jesus is not looking for those who pledge to become loyalists but for those who will not stop until their entire existence is defined by the capital L Love of God. That's what it takes to be a disciple maker.

The Father not only gave us instruction but sent his Son to be our instructor.

The house of our lives will not be built on the pillars and pilings of wisdom unless our individual days are built on them.

Wisdom begins with listening, and it’s one of the most important gifts you can offer to the world.

The Word of God can and will be a treasure regardless of whether we treasure it or not. It will only be our treasure to the extent that we learn to treasure it.

Wisdom is a life of constancy and consistency. A life of wisdom is like a savings account in which a person makes many small deposits over a long period of time.

If Jesus is the wisdom of God, then to become a wise person is to become like Jesus. This happens in through imitation and impartation.

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