Self-centeredness and pride pose some of the greatest challenges we face in our walk with God and in our church life. It separates us from God and from each other. It leads us to strive of power, and it derails God's plans for us and for His church. It brings confusion and distortion. It turns us away from God and our heaven-born mission of proclaiming the messages of the three angels of Revelation 14.
To break self's control of our thinking and our living, we must accept the mind of Christ. We must allow Christ to take full control of us and to reform us so that we act and think like Him. Jesus, our Lord, has set the greatest example of this kind of submission and humility. Paul says, "Let this mind be in you which was in Christ Jesus." We are to allow the Lord to control us so fully that we have His mind - His thoughts and values - rather than our own selfish ambitions.
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