The desire for greatness hung heavy in the air and descended hard on the disciples' conversation. As the Twelve ripped into one another "about who would be greatest among them" (v. 24), Jesus quickly calmed the storm by pointing out that greatness in the worldly kingdom is the polar opposite of greatness in God's kingdom. Then he punctuates his point: "Those who are the greatest among you should take ...
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Dear humble Savior, help me to understand that you were meek but never weak; by the power of your Spirit at work in me, may I perform great and mighty deeds in your name and for your glory.
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