When you can choose them all….
- Lays out for us the fruit of the Spirit. Every so often, we focus on one and how to execute that one effectively and/or consistently. However, we see that verse 22 points out the word [FRUIT] and not [FRUITS]. Which leads me to believe that all 9 (Love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, meekness, temperance, goodness, and faith) form one fruit! Which is a great correlation to scriptures which speak of one spirit, one body, on faith, and one baptism. (Ephesians 4:4-6)
- I challenge you (along with myself) to demonstrate the Fruit of the Spirit through the power of the Holy Ghost!
Bible Challenge: Week 13 Part 1
Mark Chapters 12-16
- Hebrews Chapters 1 – 3
- Psalms 11
- Proverbs 18
A Bit of Information on the Book of Hebrews
Hebrews: Words of Exhortation (Encouragement) and Warnings.
Author: Unknown, writer does not identify himself.
Date: Before the destruction of Jerusalem and temple. Somewhere between 68-69 A.D
Audience: Jewish Christians and possibly Gentile Christians
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You have successfully finished reading Exodus and Ephesians. Upon completing this weeks reading you will have finished reading the Book of Mark as well. We know that this reading challenge is not just to say that we finished completing something for the sake of bragging rights. However, our intentions is to study the word of God. Nevertheless it’s great to see progression, this is the reason why I make congratulation posts – to encourage us on our journey. Continue reading
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