Luke 14:1, 7-14
In a New England seminary, a brilliant student, not known for his humility, became extremely puffed up when informed that he had received perfect grades in all his theology subjects. Because of his superior academic standing, he was chosen to be the guest preacher one Sunday at a large New York City Church. Early that Sunday morning, he found himself running late and almost missed his train. With his suitcase of books clutched to his chest, he ran down the platform and jumped on board, only to discover that all the seats were taken. He began to walk from one car to the next until, at last, he reached an empty car. With a sigh of relief he sat down,…
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