Baylor Blunder Parable

This morning as I was reflecting on my Baylor blunder of “overdressing” for the presidential inaugural dinner, It dawned on me that one of the reasons I felt uncomfortable was that I was dressed like a “servant.” You see every man in the room dressed in a tuxedo was waiting on tables. Here I sat dressed up but in the moment I was dressed down—like a waiter.

Lessons impact our lives in an amazing ways. On a night when I was hoping to mix and mingle among the Baylor elite, I learned a lesson about humility.  Jesus is relentless in his pursuit of our souls. I can hear in my soul his whisper saying “the greatest of all is the servant of all.”

Once again I learned a life lesson at Baylor!

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