Fruits of The Spirit - Card Pack
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I'm excited to share with you my newest designs - Fruits of the Spirit.
I really love this verse in Galatians and felt that it would fit neatly as a set of postcard size designs, that can be used in a variety of ways.
These cards will make a lovely addition to any home and offer a gentle way of speaking God's love into your life and the lives of others. Use them as your inspiration for note cards, display as designs around the home, or add them to your personalised bunting banner.
- 20 cards
- 10 designs
- Use as: bunting, note cards, display as designs around the home, gift cards, bookmarks, or post to friends, flash cards, memory verse cards.
- Whatever it might be, make it a gentle way of speaking God's love into people's lives.
All my designs are hand drawn by me. I use high quality non-bleeding, 270gsm uncoated cardstock for optimal writing.
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What are the fruits of the spirit?
The Fruits of the Spirit is a biblical concept that is mentioned in Galatians 5:22-23, which lists the characteristics that a person who is led by the Holy Spirit should possess.
The fruits of the spirit are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
These fruits are not something that can be produced by human effort alone, but are the result of the Holy Spirit working in a person's life.
Love is the first fruit mentioned in the list and is considered the most important. It is the foundation of all the other fruits.
Joy is the second fruit and is a sense of happiness and contentment that is not dependent on circumstances.
Peace is the third fruit and refers to a sense of calmness and well-being that comes from trusting in God.
Patience is the fourth fruit and refers to the ability to endure difficult situations without getting upset or angry.
Kindness is the fifth fruit and refers to showing compassion and consideration towards others.
Goodness is the sixth fruit and refers to doing what is right and moral in all circumstances.
The final three fruits are faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control, which refer to being dependable, considerate, and having the ability to control one's thoughts and actions.