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Katherine Johnson - October 18, 2020


“Be good.” “Good job.” “It was a good day.” “Good” is our default word for a positive behavior, an acceptable performance or an “okay” outcome. However, when the scripture informs us that “God is good,” these connotations fall miserably short. In the original languages, “good” signifies complete purity and righteousness, uprightness of heart and perfect holiness. God’s goodness is all these things in action for the benefit of others. As we walk with the Holy Spirit, we get to demonstrate this kind of goodness to the world!

From Series: "Locally Grown"

Locally Grown. Welcome to our new sermon series where we will teach on each of the fruits of the Spirit listed in Galatians 5:22-23. Love. Joy. Peace, Patience. Kindness. Goodness. Faithfulness. Gentleness. Self-Control. Could our world not use a little (a lot!) more of all of these right now?? As we allow the Holy Spirit full access to our lives, all of this fruit grows in us (doesn't get more local than that!) and then flows out of us. What's the condition of your fruit lately? The fruit of the Spirit. It. Is. Quality!

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