Read Acts 21 today.

This chapter includes the account of Paul’s return to Jerusalem and his arrest. In the middle of the story, we read of Paul’s meeting with James and the elders of the church in Jerusalem. What is clear in these words is that as Paul shared the story, he was not drawing attention to himself, but was giving the credit and the praise to God for all that was accomplished. There is a subtle difference between the words used by those who consistently give the glory to God and those seeking praise for themselves.
As we go through this day, may my words, and our words consistently say, “To God be the glory!”
Acts 21:18-19 NLT
The next day Paul went with us to meet with James, and all the elders of the Jerusalem church were present. [19] After greeting them, Paul gave a detailed account of the things God had accomplished among the Gentiles through his ministry.