November 30, 2022

9 thoughts on “Humility and Discretion in Micah 6:8

  1. Girl! You blow me away with your incredible insight into God’s Word, and I can tell you love to dig, research and study!! I love this so much and love seeing God’s Words written in Hebrew, too! Thank you for another incredible post! This blessed me so! 🙏💕

    1. Baruch haba b’Shem Adonai. Blessed be the Name of the LORD. He has given me this insatiable desire to constantly study His Word, I’ve been this way since I was little! This is what I’m loving about blogging – that I can share with others the insights that He shows me! It is a blessing! Thank you for reading and commenting, you are so encouraging!

  2. I am learning so much from you! What a great post! And I agree it is clear that we are to be discreet and humble and not to be congratulating ourselves for any ministry work. It all belongs to God and is for Him and His glory.

    1. Ministry can be lonely, so it makes sense that we often want to congratulate ourselves, but we must remember that any successes come from Him, and Him alone! I’m so glad this post blessed you. Thanks so much for reading and commenting, you are a blessing!

  3. So tell me if I have this right. I think this sentence summarizes your point about walking discreetly: “Won’t my inner conversation with my LORD be even more personal, more intimate?” So are you saying we need fewer slogans on our t-shirts and a more intimate walk with Christ? I’ll be pondering this more because I believe it has many implications and mirrors what the Lord has been calling me to lately. Thank you for always giving us food for thought, sister!

    1. Yes, you’ve got it exactly! I love a good Christian t-shirt just as much as anyone else, but honestly, if we are “advertising” the Gospel outwardly, we sure better be living that Gospel inside first and foremost! 🙂

  4. This is just a fantastic post! I actually read and studied this verse again last week as part of my chronological journey through the Bible. I love how deep you dig! This blessed me richly!

    1. I have a chronological Bible but I only got about halfway through and got distracted. Your message inspired me that I will have to dig it out again! I’m so glad this blessed you! Shalom!

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