Monthly Archives: May 2011

Your Top Ten Fears

Mankind’s Top 10 Fears I would like to consider what we fear the most, because we cannot develop greater confidence as long as fear reigns supreme in our lives. I looked online at lists of fears that other writers and … Continue reading

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Control Your Emotions

It’s hard to believe that we have arrived at the last day of my nine-week series on the fruit of the Spirit, Thriving in God’s Garden. We conclude with a look at learning better self-control over our emotions. Are your … Continue reading

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Take Control of Your Time

We are learning this week about how to develop greater self-control as part of my series, Thriving in God’s Garden. It is based on the fruit of the Spirit, which can be found in Galatians 5:22. Today, I would like … Continue reading

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Control Your Sexuality

We are learning about self-control this week in my series, Thriving in God’s Garden. Today, we will be considering what it means to be self-controlled when it comes to our sexuality. When is it okay to have sex?The Bible gives … Continue reading

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Control Your Appetite

We are learning about self-control this week in my series, Thriving in God’s Garden. This is a study of the fruit of the Spirit, as found in Galatians 5:22. Today, I would like to talk about appetite control. You are … Continue reading

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Self-Control Protects Us From Evil

This week marks the last of my nine-week series, Thriving in God’s Garden. This study has been based on the fruit of the Spirit, which is found in Galatians 5:22: But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, … Continue reading

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Prayer for Victims of Abuse

I would like to conclude this week’s thoughts about gentleness with a prayer from Psalm 109 (CEV). Many of you reading this may still be dealing with abusive people or bullies, and I would like to encourage you to turn … Continue reading

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Violence Never Pays

We are learning this week about how to become more gentle with others as part of my series, Thriving in God’s Garden. Today, I would like us to think about what people lose if they are prone to fits of … Continue reading

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