Message audio from sermons given at the Gathering Midtown Church, located in San Antonio, Texas.
The fruit of the Spirit is SELF CONTROL. Self-control is on the Fruit of Spirit List. Which means theres freedom somewhere in it. The Bible tells us that for Freedom Christ has set us free: not for drudgery and pointless piety. Every fruit of the spirit makes our lives richer, more powerful.Watch at: https://youtu.be/BraiRdQ1IlI
The fruit of the Spirit is GENTLENESS. Gentleness is at the very essence of who Jesus is. Its a fruit of His life that is so apparent in His dealings with others.Watch at: https://youtu.be/uwKL5AM7Uuo
The fruit of the Spirit is FAITHFULNESS. Sometimes it can seem like faith is this thing that we have to obtain and hold onto for dear life; But Faithfulness is not something that we create within ourselves but, rather, something that we learn from God our Father.
The fruit of the Spirit is GOODNESS. Goodness is one of the fruits of the Spirit that doesnt get a lot of love or attention. Its touch on a primal internal level theyre not just competent, theyre generous. Theyre generous in that they go above and beyond the black and white job description.Watch at: https://youtu.be/8X10MMa3nCY
The fruit of the Spirit is KINDNESS. Kindness is being thoughtful for others more than for yourself. Kindness is tenderly doing for others what you would want done for you. Or in Jesus words, the Golden Rule.Watch at: https://youtu.be/kFF622LU3VI
A Lesson for Trying Times
The fruit of the Spirit is PATIENCE. Waiting is not the same thing as patience.The dictionary says that waiting is the action of staying where one is or delaying action until a particular time or until something else happens. Patience, on the other hand, is the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset. The bible has a more complex response. Watch at: https://youtu.be/W0KV6zYQEcg
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