There once was a song that went, “O Lord, it’s hard to be humble….” In fact, for many people that might be true, but as Christians we should give glory to God for all that we do and accomplish in His name. We should take an example from John the Baptist, whose followers became concerned that Jesus was baptizing and people were following Him instead of John. John was quick to point out that he was not the promised Messiah, but the one who was sent ahead of Him. He said in John 3:30, “He must increase, but I must decrease.” I pray that I always remember that I am just a servant, undeserving of the praise that is due our Lord. God bless you as you serve Him in humility!