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Fruit of the Spirit: Kindness
Today’s Focus comes from Matthew 7:12 and Luke 6:31.
Kindness means being kind or nice to someone and not expecting anything from them.
The bible tells us to treat others the way we want to be treated. How do you want to be treated? I would guess that you would like to be treated kindly.
Easter is a great time to think about God’s greatest act of kindness, when he sent Jesus to die for us. Take some time to pray and thank God for his kindness toward us, and ask him to help you be kind to others.
- What is kindness?
- What are some ways you can show kindness?
- Who has shown kindness to you?
- Is it easy to show kindness?
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