3/29/23 ECP Blurb: "Humility Translates" authored by Charles L. Robinson Jr.
Updated: Mar 29
3/29/23 ECP blurb originated by Charles L. Robinson Jr. of Edifying Christian Publications:
The relationship between man (male and female as a creation) and God (the creator) teaches the principle of humility to man. This learned humility should translate to man and man relationships inclusive to man's (man and female) thoughts of another man (another male or female) being greater, equal, or lesser in their relationship. Cornelius (a male man) thought Peter ( a male man) was greater than him (Cornelius.) However, Peter didn't gloat in Cornelius's thoughts regarding him (Peter) being the greatest within their relationship rather than Peter chose to share and impart his learned humility with Cornelius in their relationship. This humility is significant and the conformity and sweet fellowship that this humility created in Cornelius and Peter's relationship is significant (including God's purposed being fulfilled.)
Do yourself a huge favor (treat yourself) by remaining humble. Your humility showers so much goodness to yourself, to your relationship with others, and God's purposes. You and your families have an amazing day!
"And Peter was coming in, Cornelius met him, and fell down at his feet, and worshiped him. But Peter took him up, saying Cornelius, Stand up, I myself also am man". Acts 10:25-26