A Culture of Teachability

Tyler Wayne Hanna


I sat amazed and humbled as people went around and commented on what I had just said. I shared from Colossians 1:13-20 (one of my favorite passages) and I talked about the centrality of the cross in the life of the Christian. I am always dumbfounded when Christians make Christ’s atoning death on the cross out to be “Introductory Christianity”. But that wasn’t this group. They did not treat my message of the gospel as if it was Christianity 101. Instead, they gladly accepted the word that I brought and chewed on it.

Devoured it.

Analyzed it.

Saw if it had any value.

And to them it did.

Tears began to well up in my eyes as I thought, “I don’t deserve to be here. I don’t deserve to be sharing with these people. I don’t deserve any of this, Lord.” But I was wrong because there I was…

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