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Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness
This week’s Focus comes from Matthew 25:14-30. Take some time to read together.
Try to pick out the men who were faithful and not faithful.
Noah was faithful and listened to God, even though he may not have understood. Being faithful doesn’t mean we understand everything. It means we trust that God is who He said He is and can do what He said He can do.
One definition of faithful is being trustworthy, reliable and loyal. What does that mean to you?
Don’t forget that God is faithful to us as well, and we can know that he will fulfill his promises to us.
- What is faithfulness?
- How can you be like Noah?
- What did the unfaithful man do?
- Pray and ask God to help you be faithful this week.
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