There is a character in one of the Charles Dickens’ classics whose name is Uriah Heep. He continually reminded everyone of his "umbleness." Of course, that is quite the opposite of what this verse is saying. Commentators say this verse describes a special garment that servants put on when they were preparing to serve the master. Some call it a "servant’s girdle."
Too often humility is thought of as saying: "I could never do that. I’m not qualified. There are others who can do it much better than I could." Yet, the humbleness described here is about a willingness to SERVE in whatever way the Master needs. God promises to give the "grace" needed for that task.
As I get dressed for the day, this verse is a good reminder to also PUT ON the "servant’s girdle" of humility and be willing to serve others. Lord, who needs my help today?
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