Berean Studies / Ber02 - Humility And Meekness

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Show details for 1. What importance does God attach to these graces of Christian character?1. What importance does God attach to these graces of Christian character?

Show details for 2. Although the Scriptures use the words interchangeably, yet strictly speaking, what is the distinction betwe2. Although the Scriptures use the words interchangeably, yet strictly speaking, what is the distinction between humility...

Show details for 3. What is the relation between humility and knowledge?3. What is the relation between humility and knowledge?

Show details for 4. How do we know that humility is the underlying principle of the divine government?4. How do we know that humility is the underlying principle of the divine government?

Show details for 5. What does it mean to be ‘clothed with humility’?5. What does it mean to be ‘clothed with humility’?

Show details for 6. Is it possible to have too great humility?6. Is it possible to have too great humility?

Show details for 7. What elements of character are in direct opposition to humility?7. What elements of character are in direct opposition to humility?

Show details for 8. What lessons may we learn from Jesus’ example of humility?8. What lessons may we learn from Jesus’ example of humility?

Show details for 9. Was humility characteristic of the apostles?9. Was humility characteristic of the apostles?

Show details for 10. Why is humility a chief essential in an Elder?10. Why is humility a chief essential in an Elder?

Hide details for 11. Why should husbands cultivate and exercise humility?11. Why should husbands cultivate and exercise humility?
Eph 5:25; F497 1

(Eph 5:25) Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it;

F497:1 Headship in the family, thus exercised in promoting the welfare of those under its care in guiding, counseling, etc., as well as in providing things needful for them, will be far from tyranny. Nor will the spirit of love in such a husband ignore the likes and dislikes of his wife and her properly given advice. He will recognize the fact that while the perfect Adam possessed all the qualities of manhood, the separation of Eve implied the separation of some of these qualities: he will recognize, too, that although the strength of mind and of body by divine arrangement abides with, and constitutes man the head of the family, nevertheless there are qualities of character specially possessed by the woman. The humility which belongs to the spirit of love will hinder him from being blind to the estimable qualities which the Creator apportions to the female, and he will recognize that his own qualities of heart and head need to be supplemented by the other qualities which by nature specially reside in the woman. He will, therefore, in proportion as he has "the spirit of a sound mind," desire the help of his wife, her cooperation, her views, her sympathy, her love, and will appreciate them highly.

Show details for 12. How can wives exercise humility?12. How can wives exercise humility?

Show details for 13. Why is it important that we teach our children meekness and humility?13. Why is it important that we teach our children meekness and humility?

14. What Scriptural promises are given to the meek and humble?

Show details for 15. What notable illustrations and examples of meekness and humility do we find in the Bible?15. What notable illustrations and examples of meekness and humility do we find in the Bible?

Show details for 16. Give suggestions as to the best methods for acquiring and cultivating these important graces.16. Give suggestions as to the best methods for acquiring and cultivating these important graces.

17. What additional thoughts can be found by consulting the Topical Indexes of the ‘ New Bible ‘ and ‘ Heavenly Manna ‘?

HUMILITY_AND_MEEKNESS.pdf