Gentleness is sometimes translated as “meekness.” We often think of meekness as weakness, but they are not the same thing. Being gentle or meek is to act with humility, using restrained behavior in our interaction with others. As we talk to other people about our faith, God wants us to do so with kindness. When we take on the nature of Jesus, we take on His gentleness. …Continue reading →
There was a security in Papa’s love…Continue reading →
We can choose not to react with harsh words or anger, but …Continue reading →
This week’s study is concentrating on goodness. Thank you for joining me, as we explore God’s word. I pray it will be a blessing to you. But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Galatians 5:22-23a CSB What is goodness? We know it is a fruit of the Spirit. But what does it look like? We see goodness in the nurse who, in the midst of her busy schedule, risks losing … Continue reading →
Only God knows the eternal consequences of my great-grandmother’s kind act….Continue reading →
We were singing loudly, the evidence of joy shining on our faces.
Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit, which He gives to believers.