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Friday, March 20, 2015

Arrogance Falling

There are times when I am very sure of myself.  There are subjects which I have studied about which I am confident.  There are other times that I impute the confidence I have in one subject to a subject in which I am not well versed.
Arrogance Falling
The problem with the second position is obvious.  But there is a problem with the first as well.  1 Corinthians 10:12 tells us that if we think we stand, we are probably about to fall…  There is always someone who has studied more.  There is always more that I can learn.  There will always be holes, deficiency in the things I think I know.

If I do not acknowledge that, continually I am in danger of a fall.  I need to be like Paul, in Philippians 3:15.  Though I may know some, there is more to know.