Pride can be a significant stumbling block along the path of our lives. Whether we let pride take over our views of others or too prideful to admit our wrongs, pride can alter a multitude of things.
When we let pride take control, we can lose sight of what truly matters in our lives. If you are struggling with pride or are looking for a push to practice humility, check out our articles on pride, forgiveness, and humility.
The Cost of Pride: 4 min read
The cost of pride can sometimes have a hefty toll on relationships, peace, and eternity. When you allow pride to overtake your life, you begin to lack empathy and reject forgiveness. Pride can hinder your ability to empathize with others and can cloud your judgment when you have been wronged.
Not only can you destroy relationships, but you can also starve yourself of peace and confuse your ideas of eternity when pride overrules your mind. Is the cost of your pride worth the price of your relationships with others, the peace you give yourself, and your eternity?
Be a step ahead and discover how pride can affect your life by reading the full article.
Be Humble or Be Humbled: 3 min read
By SUE MILEY
Humility is one of the greatest gifts God has given us. Whether you practice humility depends on YOU. Without God’s graces and guidance, our accomplishments, memories, and life would not be as they are. When you let pride take over, you miss the critical component of your success: God.
What can you do to change that? Start by asking God to humble you and give you the grace to reflect on his role in your life. How can you be humble or ask to be humbled?
Find the answer to this question through a quick read of the full article.
The Roadmap to Forgiveness: 5 min read
Some say life is a pathway with cracks, bumps, turns, yields, detours, and more. When you think about your life, can you mark the moments when God gave you a path through the roadblocks? Pride can often make these moments blurry or misconstrued. So, how can we clear the blockage and rid ourselves of pride? One way is through forgiveness.
When we put our pride aside and practice compassion and forgiveness, we make room for virtue. Forgiveness is a road that can vary in length and should never be expected to be done quickly or given freely. It is okay to take time to practice forgiveness; it is not a race. What does your roadmap to forgiveness look like?
Learn more about how you can shape your pathway of practicing forgiveness by reading the full article.
Blessed Are the Peacemakers: 4 min read
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Allowing yourself to be a peacemaker and overcome pride can grant you serenity, peace, empathy, humility, and the capability to establish healthy boundaries. What does being a peacemaker entail?
Being a peacemaker means we are able to influence peacefulness through joy, love, patience, faith, goodness, kindness, and gentleness. Letting pride take the backseat allows you to have room as a peacemaker to practice humility, engage in empathy, and create healthy boundaries. How can you embark on these practices as a peacemaker?
Unveil the detailed explanation to this question and more by reading the full article.