Today’s sermon is from the book of Romans, and it’s called “What Is Right With You?” It’s a question we often ask ourselves, but the answer to that question may not be as clear as we think.
In this passage, Paul talks about how we have a tendency to focus on our shortcomings and ignore all the good things God has done for us. He says that this kind of thinking is rooted in pride and arrogance. But if we can learn to recognize the goodness of God in our lives, then we will also recognize his mercy when we sin or fail.
It’s easy to think of our sins as being too great for us ever to be forgiven. But if we look at all that God has done for us—from creating the heavens and earth to giving us hope through Christ—then maybe it won’t seem so impossible after all!
Today, we are going to talk about the importance of being humble. Humility is something that a lot of us struggle with in our lives, and it’s something that many people don’t even know how to define.
But if you’re like me, then you know what it feels like when you feel small—when you feel like a failure, or like all the accomplishments of your life don’t matter because they’re such little things in comparison to what others have accomplished. And so today I want to talk about how we can avoid this feeling and become more humble.
About t d jakes sermon for today
Humility is not being ashamed of who you are or what you’re doing; it’s being okay with yourself and owning up to your mistakes and shortcomings without feeling defeated by them. It’s knowing that success isn’t measured by wealth or fame or power; it’s measured by the way we treat each other and ourselves.
So today let’s talk about how we can become more humble:
1) Own up to your mistakes without feeling guilty—we all make mistakes! They’re part of growing up and becoming who we need to be. But when we own up to them, instead of hiding from them or pretending they didn’t happen, we are able to learn from them.