Fruit Of The Spirit Growing More Like Jesus Paperback
Growing More Like Jesus
by Selwyn Hughes & Ian Sewter;
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Learn from the life giving fruit of the Spirit with this study from Selwyn Hughes which shows how we can all live more like Christ.
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Fruit Of The Spirit Growing More Like Jesus
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His canvas is the heart of one who is redeemed. The colours that He puts on His palette are joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, humility and self-control. Each of these is needed if the portrait is to be a masterpiece. And these colours are not pastel shades; each one is deep and rich and vibrant.
The model He uses is the peerless example of His own Son, in whom every quality is seen to perfection and wonderfully balanced by every other. All God asks is that you hold still: that you stop trying and start trusting. Do this and you can bear fruit that will last and glorify Him.
Fruit Of The Spirit Growing More Like Jesus by Selwyn Hughes & Ian Sewter was published by CWR in November 2005 and is our 5111th best seller. The ISBN for Fruit Of The Spirit Growing More Like Jesus is 9781853453755.
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Details for Fruit Of The Spirit Growing More Like Jesus
|Page last updated||29th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Selwyn Hughes & Ian Sewter|
|Publisher||CWR (November 2005)|
|Number of Pages||72|