Most sins turn us away form God, but pride is a direct attack upon God. It lifts our hearts above Him and against Him. Pride seeks to dethrone God and enthrone itself. How can Christians fight against this sin and...
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Most sins turn us away form God, but pride is a direct attack upon God. It lifts our hearts above Him and against Him. Pride seeks to dethrone God and enthrone itself. How can Christians fight against this sin and develop genuine humility? In this helpful book, Wayne Mack guides teachers through Scripture and shows us how we can take steps to develop humility and diminish the destructive pride in our lives. Readers will find here a resource that is practical, well illustrated, and relevant to their lives.
Explains what Scripture means by "pride" and "humility" and helps readers to diminish destructive pride and increase true humility in their lives.
Wayne A. Mack received his BA from Wheaton College and his training in religion from Philadelphia Theological Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary. Mack has been the editor of Reformation Today and currently lives in Pretoria, South Africa, where he serves as a pastor-elder with his son-in-law. Mack teaches biblical counseling at Strengthening Ministries Training Institute to pastors and aspiring pastors, and spends about six weeks a year in the US teaching at various churches. He and his wife, Carol, have four adult children and numerous grandchildren.
Joshua Mack obtained his MA in biblical counseling from The Master's College, his M.Div from The Master's Seminary, and his D.Min from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the pastor-teacher of Living Hope Church in Pretoria, South Africa, and Executive Director of 1Hope Ministries International. He and his wife, Marda, have five of their own daughters and also three foster children.