Humility in recovery 10/19 — The daily addict

When I was first attending recovery meetings and I heard the word humility I definitely mistook it for the word “humiliation.” As time went on and I started to clear up, I began to learn of the grace that is all wrapped up in the word and feeling of humility. When I am humble…there is […]

Humility in recovery 10/19 — The daily addict
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13 thoughts on “Humility in recovery 10/19 — The daily addict

  1. When I consider humility or being humble, I think of the opposite of pride and arrogance. To be humble is not to be puffed up, nor too big for your britches, nor thinking more highly of yourself than you ought to, nor thinking you’re something when you’re not.

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      1. Thank you for your reply. Since I had posted my last Comment, I was reminded of another way to think of being humble or humility. That is, humility or being humble is not thinking you’re better than anyone else. After all, we aren’t better than anyone else, for we’re all equal to/with God. ✝️🕊

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      1. Better than we deserve. I have been reading about persecution in Nigeria, and while you are in my daily prayer, when I read of troubles in your nation, you are prayed for again. Be faithful to the end.
        ❤️&🙏, c.a.

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  2. Hah! You and Donna (At The Father’s Feet) and I were all on the same wave length yesterday. Humility was my Bible Study topic, too. This quote is a really good one. Thanks for sharing and for visiting JanBeek. I have neglected my blog this week. Been busy catching up by reading others. Sometimes we gotta do that! Have a good day. See ya later here! ❤️👍🏽❤️🙏🏽

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