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Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - The Strongest Words In the World - #5697
Satan, who is the inventor of broken promises, loves it when you join his club. God, the One who never lies, really cares if you keep your promises. If you say you'll do it, do it. Whatever it costs, keep your commitments, because it will cost you a whole lot more not to.

Faithfulness in the Bible: Lamentations 3:22-24
God's faithfulness is constantly renewing each day. It is his faithfulness that provides for us. In Lamentations the writer says that the only thing that is keeping them afloat is the compassion and love of the LORD.

"Remember" in the Bible: Psalm 77:1-20
When life is difficult, it's tempting to question whether God has forgotten all about us. The writer of this psalm asks that question, but takes heart in remembering God's faithfulness in the past.

Faithfulness in the Bible: Isaiah 25:1
What makes God so faithful? In this passage, we see that God's faithfulness is evident in the fact that his plans and predictions, laid out even thousands of years ago, come true. God is dependable and reliable--what He says He will do, you can count on.

Fruit of the Spirit is Love
Is the Character of Love in you? Here is how you can find out. Take a careful look at this character and fruit of love from God’s most precious Word by examining the passages below. Now ask yourself: 1.How do I exhibit Love in my daily life? 2.What can I do to develop a more loving attitude? 3.What blocks love from being expressed in me? 4.How can I make love function better, stronger, and faster, even in times of uncertainty and stress?

Fruit of the Spirit is Self-Control - Welcome to
Self-Control is allowing God to be in control of your will and heart and seeking the Spirit to enable us.

Fruit of the Spirit is Gentleness - Welcome to
Gentleness is the character that will show calmness, personal care, tenderness and the Love of Christ in meeting the needs of others.

Fruit of the Spirit is Faithfulness - Welcome to
Faithfulness is the “gluing” fruit that will preserve our faith and the other characters of the Spirit and identify God's will so we can be dependable and trusting to God and others.

Fruit of the Spirit is Goodness - Welcome to
Goodness is the engagement of love! It displays integrity, honesty and compassion to others and allows us to do the right thing.

Fruit of the Spirit is Kindness - Welcome to
Kindness is the medium through which Christ’s love becomes tangible through us. It is practicing benevolence and a loving attitude towards others.