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Littleness of Oneself Is it to our nature to seek littleness How do we veiw the concept on its ownHowever man is destined for greater things in everyday life-But how to culminate it is it from us or from God HimselfGreatness belongs to God- the Creator of thee Heaavens and thee EarthJohn the Baptist said He Must become great and I become lessNow it is that we are not of our own When we livebelieve in Christ JesusScripture enlightens for this matterSons and daughters of God received sight for ability to differentiate this things- Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men and the weakness of God is stronger than men For behold your calling brethren that not many wise after the flesh not many mighty not many noble are called but God chose the foolish things of the world that he might put to shame them that are wise and God chose the weak things of the world that he might put to shame the things that are strong and the base things of the world and the things that are despised did God choose yea and the things that are not that he might bring to nought the things that are that no flesh should glory before God ----- 1 Corinthians 1 25 - 29 American Standard Version Do you Know anything called little How do you perceive that all the despised things of the worldNot crucial to embark on any resourceful agenda due to littleness of thingsWhat have you considered great and of value at one stage of your lifeSuddenly all its glory and splendor have faded-- If visions and purpose was founded on that --Wao its gone Variables seen as true lasting But after one turn are seen as filthiness of them all Things of littleness contain shameness of their own nature--Matter of fact No one wants them-- they are little
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