It’s summer, so you expect to experience some humidity which can make you sweat, hot and wet to varying degrees—high humidity is very uncomfortable!
Humility, in my opinion, is “cool.” My favorite definition of “humility” is from a quote I once read by William Temple: “Humility does not mean thinking less of yourself than of other people, nor does it mean having a low opinion of your own gifts. It means freedom from thinking about yourself at all. ” Simply put: humility is not thinking of yourself meanly, it’s not thinking of yourself at all.
Awareness of/Acknowledging who God is always results in less of an awareness of self. Humility happens as a result of our focus. If we strive to attain humility, it is likely we will “take pride” in our humility thus defeating our initial purpose.
So, will we choose to fix our eyes on Jesus and allow the mind of Christ to hold us in that humble mindset OR experience the opposite of humility . . . humidity (which equals being all wet from the outpouring of our own self adoration—that should really make us uncomfortable!)