Showing Patience and Self-Control


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June 28, 2020 // This teaching series is based upon the second Greatest Commandment to love others and share the Gospel with them in both truth and love. The Holy Spirit gives us patience and self-control as we learn to live a fasting lifestyle. A fasting lifestyle means learning to say “no” to things that have gotten more important to us than God. Taking the time to be patient allows us time to be smarter than our sin. There is a difference between a failing of the flesh as opposed to open disobedience and rebellion to what God says is good. Once we gain self-control, our lives change and the temptations are different. Self-control helps us keep in step with the Holy Spirit and not the world, and equates to respect of God, others, and yourself. Hebrews 6:12 #LovingOthersWithTruthPlusLove

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