Revised to include: Expanded leader's notes, between-studies applications, and suggestions for prayer. Discover the strength of being gentle. This Fruit of the Spirit Bible study guide is for people who want the fruit of gentleness to grow in them. With the help of Phyllis Le Peau you will discover how gentleness is not synonymous with weakness, rather it is a vital fruit of the Spirit. Designed for use in small groups or personal devotions, the goal of this series is to allow the Spirit of God to use the Word of God to produce his fruit in your life. 6 lessons with leader's notes from Zondervan.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 64 Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2001 Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Gentle people are often viewed as weak. They would rather persuade than force. They are self-giving rather than self-assertive. They prefer a kind word rather than a cutting remark. Yet these gentle qualities reveal a quiet power. A strong person may not be gentle, but a gentle person must be strong. This Fruit of the Spirit Bible study helps you discover the strength of being tender. The eight-volume Fruit of the Spirit Bible Studies series not only helps you discover what the Bible says about the vital traits that the Holy Spirit produces in believers, but also moves you beyond reflection and discussion to application. Designed for use in small groups or personal devotions, the interactive format will help you grow in your ability to reflect the character of Jesus. Revised to include: Expanded leader's notes Between-studies applications Suggestions for prayer
Phyllis is Area Director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in Chicago West. She is a speaker and the author or coauthor of a number of books for InterVarsity, including Ephesians, Wholeness for a Broken World, and the Resources for the Coping Christian Series. She and her husband, Andy, live in Downers Grove, Illinois.