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Thank you for this encouragement. True followers of Jesus hunger for sincere and genuine humility. Attitudes of superiority, competitiveness, and ignoring must be so grieving to Christ. They might be ok in worldly institutions. ..but clearly have no proper place in the church. May God enlarge our hearts! To His glory.

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So strengthening. So helpful for those who have weak nerves and a more tender spirit can acknowledge that the dissappointments are very painful. Particularly about how none of us could have had a deeper pain than Christ because his spirit was never calloused. We don't need to listen to the worldy advice of "get a thick skin". We don't need to try and be like those who don't get hurt. His strength, mercy and wisdom will be our medicine . Thank you.

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Pray in the Spirit
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A very encouraging message on prayer. How we need the Holy Spirit to help us. We should not assume that God will draw near to us..or presume upon His blessing our worship. May we more and more learn to draw near to Him that He may draw near to us.



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