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Fruit of the Spirit is Patience - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Patience is showing tolerance and fortitude toward others, even accepting difficult situations from them, and God, without making demands or conditions.

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Fruit of the Spirit is Joy - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Joy will allow us to enjoy my relationship with Christ, His creation, others, and our circumstances with an expression of delight and real, authentic happiness from and with harmony with God and others.

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Fruitful Thinking! - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Fruit of the Spirit Part VII. Is your Thinking Right? Are your Behaviors are Right? Good theology is our right thinking of God's precepts, including the knowledge of His Fruit. Our mind and thinking must be based on Christ and Scripture through which the Spirit guides us...

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The Holy Spirit helps us Emulate Virtue! - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Fruit of the Spirit Part VI. The sad fact is that the average Christian does not make the Fruit of the Spirit a priority in his/her life; this should cause us intense concern. And, even worse off are our leaders! This is why I believe we have so many thorn-bush churches and few fruit-stand churches.

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Is there Fruit in your Church? - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Fruit of the Spirit Part V. Does your church have love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control pouring from its leaders and most of its people, on your campus and into the streets where its people are? If not, something is terribly wrong! Christianity is not just the proclamation of the Gospel; it is also the example of the Gospel!

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How is your “Fertility?” - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Fruit of the Spirit Part IV. How can I grow in The Fruit of the Spirit? These are essential to growing a healthy and lasting relationship. You can examine the descriptions, look up the Scriptures, and then ask yourself these six questions:

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Walk in the Spirit - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
Fruit of the Spirit Part III. Do you know what it means to be led by the Spirit? We are called to walk in the Spirit. This is not a Charismatic or a Pentecostal endeavor, nor is it some mystic exercise or short-cut to our receiving a “blessing.” This is the doorway to spiritual maturity...

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Fruit of the Spirit - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
The Fruit of the Spirit is God's love and work in us, the love of Christ flowing in through His Holy Spirit in and out of us! All because we have a personal relationship with Christ, we have God's living presence in us, living in us. The result is we have the ability to reflect His Fruit and character.

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Introduction to the Fruit of the Spirit - Welcome to Discipleshiptools.org
What is the Fruit of the Spirit? What does the work and empowerment of the Spirit mean to you? The Fruit of the Spirit is the Holy Spirit, God’s active love and work within and through us so we bear and convey His Fruit. This means we add to as in supplement His Fruit, God’s love for us, which we are given and...

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Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Five Principles of Making Moral Decisions
It's important to know what the Bible says and the issues that it clearly settles. Today, there are so many choices you have to make that aren't covered by any list of rules. The Bible leaves us principles that cover every choice we make. They can be summarized into five principles that can equip you to make moral choices for the rest of your life. Sign up today for the 7-part email series

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“And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, so that you may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless for the day of Christ,”
- Philippians 1:9-10
Today's passage is from the New International Version of the Bible
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