In the temple and presence and worship of God, everything is worthless that is not pervaded by deep, true, humility toward God and men [...]. What a solemn thought, that our love to God will be measured by our everyday fellowship with men and the love it displays. [...] It is easy to think we humble ourselves before God. Yet, humility toward men will be the only sufficient proof that our humility before God is real. [...] The great test of whether the holiness we profess to seek or to attain is truth and life will be whether it produces an increasing humility in us. (Murray 1982: 30, 43, 51, emphasis original)
Murray, Andrew. (1982). Humility. New Kinsington, PA: Whitaker House.