When you face success in life, no matter how big or small, it can be easy to fall into the temptation of becoming prideful. Maybe you got the best grade on your math test in the whole class, or got the trumpet solo for jazz band that you were trying for. If left unchecked, you can begin to think that you’re better than everyone else. When you’re successful, you have to decide to keep a humble attitude.
Uzziah was successful as a leader and began to think of himself more highly than he should have. He believed that he was above the rules and as a result, sinned against God. His pride was his downfall.
When you face success, there’s nothing wrong with being happy and proud of your accomplishments. However, don’t let that pride grow to the point where it becomes your downfall. Choose instead to always thank God for your success and stay teachable and humble. If you keep those things in mind, you’ll always be able to handle success in positive ways.
Winter Jam is March 16th. We will have a signup sheet posted this Wednesday night. The cost is $10 dollars at the door. Please sign up if you plan on going!
Casting Crowns is April 15th at 7:00PM. We are planning on taking a group. The costs of the tickets are $18 dollars for groups. We will need 10 or more to sign up. I have a signup sheet posted in the Main Event room.
The Main Event is planning a BBQ lunch on February 19th right after service. All monies raised are for SOAR 2017 this summer