Evelyn Mason Wells: The Fruit of Love — 11 Comments

  1. Evelyn, I loved the story about your grandfather. You offered ways to show love and related instruction from the Bible. This is my favorite sentence because it shows the source of love: “As we grow closer to God, we gain the ability to live out our love to others.”

    • Jeannie, thank you so much. I’m so glad you enjoyed the study and really appreciate your pointing out your favorite statement to me. I love feedback.

  2. I agree with you, Evelyn, that love is full of kindness. You modeled this principle as a child by taking ice-water to your Papa as he worked on the farm. How sweet that he took you to church to show you off. He sounded like a wonderful grandfather to you, and I’m sorry you lost him at such a young age. Thank you for your encouragement for living out the love of God. Excellent! Bless you, sister. xoxo

    • Thank you so much, Karen. It was a great childhood and I loved Papa. I was his little shadow! Love is kind. And we may not be always vocal expressing love, but kindness says it all.

  3. Diane, Papa was actually my grandfather. Although, I had a Father who took me to his office sometimes to spend a work day with him. I didn’t have to put on Sunday clothes to go to work with him. Thankfully!❤

  4. Hey Evelyn, I love how you start this Bible study with a memory of your dad. You are blessed to have had such a wonderful father. I agree, that kind deeds are very God-honoring. Thank you for this reminder. 🙂

    • Thank you for your comments, Lee Ann. You’re right. Love is the most important we can employ to draw others to Jesus.

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