The Fruit Of The Spirit: Patience

God's Blueprint

Gavin Rodgers | Sun, 19th Apr 2020

Have you ever been stuck behind a tractor when you are driving? What about someone walking in front of you extremely slowly when you are in a rush?  Patience is something which we certainly need in these situations and sadly something which a lot of people struggle with.  As Paul describes patience as one of the fruits of the spirit, we look into what impact this could have on our lives.  What examples of patience has God given us throughout the bible?  What would it really look like if our patience improved in our day-to-day life?


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