Humble Yourself
Humble Yourself
Luke 14:7-11
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Sunday Morning Service,  November 11, 2012

Jesus, having accepted an invitation to a meal, counsels the other guests about how they should posture themselves at banquets (cf. Prov 25:67). Yet couched within this sage advice is Jesus’ real point—an eternal truth about how we should posture ourselves before God. As we work our way through this text, we make three observations which teach us what it means to embrace the humility which is exalted by God.

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