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 "Ye shall be as gods.” That was not Christ’s ambition by Hans R. Waldvogel

Topic: Humbling Yourself
Scripture(s): Matthew 11:29, Philippians 2:5  
Description: The Bible says, “Examine yourselves.” That doesn’t mean that I should examine somebody else. It’s a bad, bad sign when I examine everybody else—shows that I haven’t seen myself, I have lost sight of my own great need. You know, that’s the mark of true Christian. He examines himself in the presence of God and he judges no man. Jesus was like that. But it would be good, and it is good, and it must be good for us to examine ourselves, or to let God examine us. “Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith, whether Christ be in you.” I’ve been sitting here praying for this one thing: that God might help in these days for us to see our great need. What is our need? Well, we’re a perishing lot—perishing. “Woe is me. I am undone. I’m a man of unclean lips, and I dwell among a people of unclean lips.” I’m in a poisonous atmosphere. “Who shall deliver me from the body of this death?” There’s no deliverance except the thing that our brother spoke of: to be made new, absolutely new. As long as we try to fix up the old, we’ll only make an awful job out of it. But, oh, if Jesus Christ has His way, he’ll go His way—we will go His way. And His way is just one way: “Learn of Me. I am meek and lowly in heart.” Oh, is that my desire?
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