Infusion Bible eStudies are downloadable small group studies that can be read online, printed, or emailed. Each study includes a leader guide and a study guide and is suitable for a one-hour group Bible study.
Listen...to the words of the Scripture, and in them discover God's message for you today.
Look...at a brief verbal snapshot from the scrapbook of contemporary life and discover its connection both to you and to the Scripture passage.
Live...inside the Scripture to discover its context and message; then allow the Scripture to come alive in you and cause you to live out your faith in new and more-effective ways.
Read an excerpt from this study below.
A television comedian once remarked that his life’s ambition was to find the world’s most humble man and to get that man to admit to his humility. In a strange way that points out the confusion in our time regarding the meaning of humility and living a life of genuine humility.
Think of some of the expressions we hear that reflect this uncertainty:
“Being humble does not mean being a doormat. You can’t let people walk all over you.”
“Christians are supposed to be humble, and yet we’re supposed to tell others about our faith. We’re supposed to change the world! How can we be humble and do these things?”
“When Jesus spoke in the Beatitudes of being meek, was he talking about being humble? Are meekness and humility the same thing?”
“Being humble is one thing; being humiliated is quite another!”
Our Bible Lesson addresses the matter of humility, especially the humility Jesus Christ displayed. His humility is a model of humility for us. How could the all-powerful Creator of the universe, incarnate in Christ Jesus, exhibit genuine humility? How can we? Perhaps if we can discover the nature of Christian humility, we can resolve to reflect that Christian humility more genuinely in the new year.