“The Least among you”

In Luke chapter nine, verses 46 through 48, we are told, “Then his disciples began arguing about which of them was the greatest. But Jesus knew their thoughts, so he brought a little child to his side. Then he said to them, “Anyone who welcomes a little child like this on my behalf welcomes me, and anyone who welcomes me also welcomes my father who sent me. Whoever is the least among you is the greatest.”

This is a great message from Jesus, encouraging us to have humility and to not try to see ourselves as greater or more righteous than our fellows. Jesus’ primary commandment to all of us is to love others as ourselves. He wants us to act out of love at all times, instead of acting out of self.

Trying to see ourselves as at a higher station than others is acting out of self. When I interacted with Christ and God using a legal substance over a few years, it seemed to me that they are both made of love. They want us to love other people and to try to emulate as best we can their unfathomable unconditional love for us, by channeling it through our hearts toward other people. When we do this, we don’t want to be greater than others or at a higher station than them in life; we feel a connection to others that is sacred and holy, because it comes from God and Christ, and this is how God and Christ want us to share their message of love.

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