None of us want to be forgotten. If we're honest with ourselves, we crave to be recognized by our peers for the work we do, or the children we're raising, or the church we're leading. It can be indredibly difficult to lay our ambitions aside and go unnoticed for our efforts. But is this how Christians should live, or have we bought into a worldly notion of success and acheivement? What would happen if we set aside our craving for recognition and instead embraced obscurity?
One Christian author chose to do this, and remained anonymous in writing this book. They hope to inspire others to choose the way of humility as well. Throughout the book, the author calls for Christians to stop imitating the world's formula for success, and consider again the example of our Humble Servant King, who had the most right of anyone in creation for respect and recognition, but gave it up for us. Discover the unsurpassed peace and pleasure of becoming nothing in light of God's everything.
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