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|you have put off the old man
with his deeds, and have put on the new man who is
renewed in knowledge according to the image of Him who created him,
"Look to Abraham your
father, And to Sarah who bore you; For I called him alone, And blessed him and increased
I am a new man in Christ
|There are dark things in my past that I would reveal to no
one; God knows them all, and still, He is gracious to me. It's nothing I deserve.
There are many things about God's Word that the Spirit still needs to teach me.
When I have decisions to make I seek the counsel of others.
I stop to help the troubled; it could just as easily be me.
I do not boast; everything I have is an undeserved gift.
I am becoming more and more humble.
My parents wanted me to be meek, and my unpretentious life is an honor to their desires.
My friends know me to be willing to admit my mistakes.
My family sees me becoming more and more reverential.
My parents are proud of my gentle life.
My polite habits are an asset to my community.
Those I work with are delighted that I am becoming more and more respectful.
I am not afraid to be lowly in a culture that boasts of its own "greatness."
My desire to be unassuming pleases God.
I am committed to becoming more and more willing to ask forgiveness.
The Spirit empowers me to be willing to have my defects of character removed.
I often think about how I can be more gracious.
Recognizing that God and others are responsible for the achievements in my life. James 4:6
Because I fall short of the lofty standards of God's Righteousness, the Spirit is making me:
Moreover whom He predestined, these He also called; whom He called, these He also
justified; and whom He justified, these He also glorified.
O how love I thy law! it is my meditation all the day.