A robber isn't only the individual who steals from others forcefully without remorse, but one who
doesn't acknowledge the giver of the beautiful gift he flaunts.
So to say, robbers are proud people and proud people are robbers.
Proud people are thieves, humble people are the "have it all." Humility entails meekness. If at any point in your life, you talk less of yourself to seek future praise, you are not humble.
Are you an excellent orator? A sensational singer? A terrific writer? A seasoned nurse? A gifted drummer? A detailed entrepreneur? An outstanding student? A master-piece architect? A genius? An enviable medical personnel? A passionate sailor? A captivating teacher? An undaunted ambassador of the Most High God who is most sorted for allover the world? And you have failed to acknowledge the giver (God), then you are a robber.
God doesn't call the qualified, He calls the called. God announces whosoever He calls. You can be called by God yet switch to the other side of becoming a robber. Never let pride consume you. King Solomon is a typical example of a great man who started so well by asking God for his gifting, became one of the blessed persons in the universe but ended badly as a result of robbery (pride).
Accept your status with grace, acknowledge the giver and return all the praises to Him when being showered with tons of praises for a work well-done.
Anchor Scripture: Proverbs 3:6
"In your ways, acknowledge Him and He'll make your path straight.
Are you a robber? Think again, re-evaluate yourself once more and effect every change.
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