Humility and justice
The topic of humility would have been a good way to start this series on justice, but it is also a good way to end it. Remember, "justice" means "to make wrong things right."
So what do justice and humility have to do with each other? If injustice is on one end of the spectrum, humility is on the other. They're sort of opposites.
Injustice happens when people behave out of selfishness, arrogance, pride and greed. When those things exist, people tend to get hurt and injustice tends to take place.
But when people act from a place of mercy, love, and humility, justice tends to follow. People who are humble tend to make wrong things right more often than people who are selfish.
Question of the Day:
Have you ever humblebragged online or to your friends? Also, how would you define humility?
What is this?
Weekly posts pertaining to the Confirmation Lessons for the week. A great way for families to have conversations of faith at home, on the road, or around a meal.