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What You Can't See Really Can Hurt You - #6135
The devil wants you in hell with him forever. So he's blinded you. He blinds us with pride. We're too proud to admit we need a Savior instead of making it on our own. Satan blinds us with religion, so we think that a religion about Jesus will get us to heaven. It won't - it can't. Sometimes the devil blinds us with other Christians who have represented Jesus poorly. But Jesus is the issue, not Christians.
No Big Deal - #6719
Lavish what you have...all the little or all the much on Jesus. Maybe the problem is pride. But then, how could you do any less for the Lord. Don't be proud; it's no big deal to give all the little that you have for the much that He gave you.
What Keeps Your Father From Helping? - #6661
Your Father is standing there ready to help as only He can, but you've got to release that bitterness that's making your burden so much heavier. Why carry that load too? Your Father wants to trade your bitterness for His energizing grace.
The Most Dangerous Season of All - #6254
Don't make God remind you who is the source of everything you've got, because success that costs you the blessing of your Lord is simply success that you cannot afford.
The Heart God Revives (Bookmark)
Nancy Leigh DeMoss contrasts characteristics of proud, unbroken people who are resistant to the call of God on their lives with the qualities of broken, humble people who have experienced God's revival.
Discussion Guide for Brokenness: The Heart God Revives
This study will point you toward the only pathway to holiness and genuine revival: the pathway of humility and brokenness (Discussion guide from Nancy Leigh DeMoss' book, "Brokenness: The Heart God Revives").
Curbing the Craving for Praise
Die to pride and self, and experience the resurrection life of the Lord Jesus!
The single greatest hindrance to experiencing personal revival is our unwillingness to humble ourselves.
41 Evidences of Pride
These questions will help you determine whether or not you are a proud person.
I was struck by Tiger's admission this week that the problems aren't just physical. He said, "There are a lot of things going on in my life. I'm just trying to get everything in a harmonious spot, and that's not easy to do." It's easy to throw stones at Tiger. What he needs is our prayers.