Have you ever been corrected by someone who told you that you were better than that; you were not the sort of person to engage in that sin? This motivation may prompt you to better behavior, but beware of doing the right thing for the wrong reason. You should avoid sin, but this line of reasoning tells you to give up some sin in exchange for the greater sin of pride and conceit. Your adversary will always encourage you to make this trade, for pride is more subtle, deeply embedded, and damaging than other sins. If you do the right thing for the right reason, you will end up better off rather than worse.
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