D.L. Moody once spoke of a couple of pear trees on his property. One was beautifully shaped but never bore fruit. The other â€” though not nearly as attractive â€” bore so much fruit that its branches touched the ground. Moodyâ€™s point: â€śIt is not how attractive we are, but how humble that matters. If we only get down low enough, . . . God will use every one of us to his glory.â€ť
Certainly, no one ever humbled himself more than Christ Jesus Himself. He left for a time privileges He had from eternity pastâ€”and left for you a pattern of humility to strive for. Join John MacArthur for a compelling look at Christ Humbled, Christ Exalted.