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Your Goal In LifeLuke 14:11A woman had just returned home from a lecture given by a prominent member of the Feminist Movement. Her five-year-old [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCAmbitionPharisees,HumilityAdd
The PerfectionistLuke 14:11Author/lecturer John Robert Clarke has suggested the title, "Master Perfectionist," for a certain kind of egotist. "One's own perfectionism is [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCHumilityPride,Master PerfectionistAdd
A Sweet Spiritual BlessingLuke 14:11A large crowd had gathered near a pond in a large zoo. They watched admiringly as a peacock slowly spread [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCHumilitySuccess,Pride,Table-talkAdd
Inherit The EarthLuke 14:11In a New England seminary, a brilliant student, not known for his humility, became extremely puffed up when informed that [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCHumilityLast Supper,MeeknessAdd
Stand Back For God ... And For Each OtherLuke 14:11Professional sports idol Joe Namath was a brilliant superstar quarterback who led the New York Jets to many memorable victories. [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCHumilityHubris,Recognition,Ego,Pride,Meekness,CelebrityAdd
Saved By Your Good Looks!Luke 14:11There is an episode in Luke's Gospel in which someone asks Jesus, "Lord, will those who are saved be few?" [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCMysteryPriorities,Salvation,Solitude,Humility,Secrets,Lobster taleAdd
Your Cup Of Tea?Luke 14:11Did you know that the climbing vine we call "honeysuckle" always grows clockwise, to its right? The "jasmine," on the [...]Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary TimeCServanthoodLight,Exploitation,HumilityAdd