• The Virtues - Love

    The greatest and most radical virtue given among men is love. Because love is the manifest energy and expression of God in creation. The Bible reveals the unfailing love of God on every page. God graciously plants this beautiful virtue in the heart of every person and, by His Spirit, leads us to love Him and love each other. Everyone can love. But love is truly animated and brought to its full purpose and expression when we are in Christ.
  • The Virtues - Gratitude

    Gratitude gives thanks for all things. In our country we set aside a day for giving thanks. It occurs during the work-week, so, many people are thankful for a day off — unless we are in one of the millions of service positions for which Thanksgiving is just another, or even a particularly busy, work day. During the course of our day of Thanksgiving we gather with family if possible, share a wonderful meal, watch football or any of a number of traditions, and maybe, even among people who are not particularly religious, say a group prayer of thanks.
  • The Virtues - Kindness

    One of the ways God’s love is revealed to mankind is through His goodness and kindness. Kindness is an action of God’s love. He is rich in kindness and His kindness is great toward us. He is even kind to those who are unthankful and wicked (Luke 6:35 NLT), which inevitably leads them to repentance of their sins and acknowledgment of His great love in Christ.
  • The Virtues - Self Control

    Mastery over the lusts of the mind and flesh through self control will lead us to experience the beauty of God’s design for our lives...
  • The Virtues - Faithfulness

    Faithfulness is keeping your word, even when it is impossible. Faithfulness is working hard and doing your best in what God has given you to do, even when the prideful voice within you says the work is below you or unappreciated. Faithfulness is doing what you say you will do, even if it takes years.

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