You lead the humble in what is right, and teach the humble your way.
~ Psalm 25.
Humility can be so delicious, especially when traveling. Some of my favorite moments have happened because everything didn’t go according to plan. We’ve made mistakes and had to adjust. We’ve even decided to cut trips short.
One time we shortened a bike trip, it meant we skipped riding in a deluge and instead spent extra time in Bryce Canyon. Where we felt humble for yet another reason…
WATCH: Everyone makes mistakes. Sometimes it is easy to say “I’m sorry” after we make a mistake or do something wrong. Sometimes it is harder. Making mistakes and having to face what comes after is a part of life. If we are honest about our feelings and apologize when we hurt someone, we will learn how to be humble. Watch for how people are humble today. Watch for the people who help others, who say they’re sorry, and who don’t brag. Tell them you are glad to see them being kind.
This blog includes thoughts from various contributors at Seattle First Baptist