Saturday, March 23, 2024

Fruit of the Spirit 8

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Galatians 5:22 (NET) But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness

When Lanre was little, his younger sister was a very spoilt child. Lanre received a beating for the things she did wrong, and she was very badly behaved.

One evening, they were expecting an important visitor, and Lanre's mother didn't want Stephanie to be her normal self. She called all the children aside and said "I want you all to be on your best behavior. Stephanie, if you’re good and well-behaved tonight, I'll give you 5000 Naira.

That night when the visitors arrived, Stephanie who wouldn't normally greet visitors was the nicest and most charming child in the house. She offered to carry their bags and was so respectful and nice because she wanted to collect the 5000 Naira her mother promised her.

Even bad people know how to be good when they want to get something out of you. They know how to be nice and friendly when there is something in it for them.

A person who has the divine nature is not only good when there is an incentive, he is good and kind at all times because that is his nature.

Go into today remembering to be good and kind because that is your nature as a child of God. Wish people well and do good to people not because you want anything in return but because doing so is walking in your nature. There is a depth of wholeness and satisfaction that can only be reached by believers who actualize their new Divine nature.
—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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