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Explain the Fruit of the Spirit - P2

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Explain the Fruit of the Spirit - P2

Solemnly sixth is Goodness known by few who with God do share,
Costly fine and desired is its colour that being of gold so weighty,
Despite its heaviness it has a softness not usual and very rare,
It’s like a treasure hunt for “X” marks the spot and “aye” me matey.

Forever in place seven is Faith, which doth please the Almighty,
Its sweetness and colour is moving like the milk chocolate brown,
Many fruit were made better by its topping making things just righty,
Building blocks like earth wood and ores fitly framed very strong, sound.

Jesus had eight, which is Meekness like the rest in Mastery,
With a flavour and savour of none other like that of a grape in green,
Like an artist with his painting giving place style meaning to tapestry,
Being apart of something special unique supernatural in scheme.

Last but never least is Temperance having balance being complete,
Whose colour is that of bronze impressive like an armour of brass?
This our Heavenly Father’s plan from the beginning perfect and neat,
As a grandfather’s clock pendulum swinging truly free behind the glass.

I hope this has helped you in any way it can for the Ministry and Church,
If people saw our colours what would they be yellow purple or even black,
Remember your needs and the nice people, who never left you in the lurch,
For the day will come when all an account shall give and facts our facts.


by William Tell

Gal. 5:22,23 - But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, 
gentleness, goodness, faith,
Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.

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