Jesus continued, “After a servant has finished his work in the field or with the livestock, he doesn’t immediately sit down to relax and eat. No, a true servant prepares the food for his master and makes sure his master is served his meal before he sits down to eat his own. Does the servant expect to be thanked for doing what is required of him? So learn this lesson: After doing all that is commanded of you, simply say, ‘We are mere servants, undeserving of special praise, for we are just doing what is expected of us and fulfilling our duties.’ ” (Luke 17:7)
This is probably one of the hardest lessons to learn - humility.
Before I ever got the chance to preach or give testimony, I would always tell the people the story of the donkey that carried Jesus into Jerusalem. When he was put back into the stable, the other donkeys gathered around and asked him, “What was all that about?” “Why we’re all these humans applauding you and throwing branches down at your feet?” And the donkey responded and said, ”I don’t know, I never realised people liked me so much!”
“For what makes a distinction between you and someone else? And what do you have that grace has not given you? And if you received it as a gift, why do you boast as though there is something special about you?” (1 Cor 4:7)
Child of the Living GOD, whoever you touch today, whatever you do or say in His Name, stay humble. ❤️