Reconnecting with the Forgotten Fruit: A Daily Scriptural Guide to Enhance Your Walk With God
Back CoverThe purpose of this book is to reconnect the believer's tenets with God's attributes for the fruit of the spirit. There are Christians who confess knowing God, but the evidence of possessing the fruit of the spirit are absent in their lives. God has a criteria for believers to acquire his fruit of the spirit. The spirit of light must be evidence in your life and not darkness.The Attributes of God: DefinitionsLove denotes an unconditional feeling one has toward another. It is an undeniable action of benevolence that seeks to find goodwill in others. Love does not hurt, and it covers a multitude of sin, as we love and forgive one to another.Joy is having great pleasure and happiness. It is a state of happiness and a source or cause of delight. Joy is the emotion that evokes well-being, success, or good fortune.Peace is having freedom from disturbance, having tranquility or a calmness toward others. Also, it is a state or period in which there is no war or war within. Peace is the harmony of tolerating one another.Patience is having the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without becoming angry or upset. Patience is a person's ability to wait something out or endure something tedious without getting riled up.Kindness is the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate. Kindness is having compassion for others.Goodness is the quality of being morally good or virtuous. Goodness is the state of doing or being morally right.Faithfulness is having fidelity. It is to demonstrate loyalty and showing continuous support for someone else.Gentleness is the quality of being kind, tender, or mild-mannered. Gentleness is a softness of action or effect.Self-control is the ability to control oneself; in particular, one's emotions and desires or the expression of them in one's behaviors, especially in difficult situations.