The new year is off, running, and pulling you along with it. Perhaps you’ve faithfully posted your thoughtful resolutions and set brand new goals for the year. Maybe you took a short cut on a newly inspired quest for simplicity and repurposed last year’s version. Maybe you just said, “Whatever.”
For those that made some kind of commitment for the new year, it’s the first week and we know you have your focus on.
Alece, at Grit & Glory, delivered an inspiring challenge regarding the new year–she disrupted thinking a usual with the idea of a one word non-resolution resolution. Alece picked one simple, powerful word to live by for the year. Her idea was contagious, so we’re going to start the year with a focus on one word, too.
One simple, powerful word.
Humilty –noun the quality or condition of being humble; modest opinion or estimate of one’s own importance, rank, etc.
Synonyms – lowliness, meekness, submissiveness.
Antonym – pride.
Now humility isn’t a word that naturally fits into then online culture today. Still, it defines the life of a believer. It’s a holy requirement from a holy God and that’s enough authorization for us. We’re going to get grounded in the days ahead and take a deeper dive into humility and what it means specifically – lived out online.
Stick with us. Help us unpack it more as the week goes on…
Humility isn’t just way to walk, it’s a holy expectation for a life well-lived. #LiveSticky
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word humble?