False Humility

False humility is also a form of pride. The person who is always hanging his head and has nothing good to say about himself is usually more prideful than the person who graciously accepts a compliment. “False humility,” Os Guinness has warned, “is actually self-driven and self-absorbed. A person who is falsely humble is a person who is truly proud.”

– John Kossler, True Discipleship (Chicago, Il: Moody Publishers), 42-43. Os Guinness, Steering Through Chaos (Colorado Springs: NavPress, 2000), 61.

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