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10 Days of Prayer - Theme: Fruit of the Spirit

Galatians 5:22-23
 

Overview
 
 

Day 1 - Wednesday
Abiding in Christ

John 15:1-17

 
Day 2 - Thursday
Love

John 4:7-21
Day 3 - Friday
Joy

Habakkuk 3:17-19
Isaiah 12:1-6

 
Day 4 - Sabbath
Peace
John 14:25-31
Matthew 6:25-34

 
Day 5 - Sunday
Longsuffering

Luke 23:26-43
 
Day 6 - Monday
Kindness

Philippians 2:1-11
Day 7 - Tuesday
Goodness

Romans 12:9-21
Day 8 - Wednesday
Faithfulness

Hebrews 11:1-11
Day 9 - Thursday
Gentleness

James 3:13-18
Colossians 3:12-17

 
Day 10 - Friday
Self-Control

Matthew 4:1-11
Day 11 - Sabbath
Walking in the Spirit

Ephesians 5:1-2
Ephesians 5:8-21
 
 

Sabbath - Day 11
Walking in the Spirit

Questions:

• Does the passage remind you of anything God has done for you? Praise Him for this.
 
• Does it remind you of one of God’s character traits? Praise Him for who He is.
 
• Does this passage convict you of any sin that you have not confessed? Do not be afraid to confess it. We encourage you to confess private sins privately and to confess publicly only your public sins. Thank God that He forgives you according to 1 John1:9 and gives you victory over this sin.
 
• Does the passage reveal anything you still need to surrender to God? Surrender it to Him.
 
• Does the passage reveal anything you would like God to teach you? Ask Him to teach you.
 
• Does the passage talk about something you would like to have in your life, if only you had the power? Tell God about it and ask for His power.
 
• Does the passage talk about something you would like to see in the lives of your family and friends? Tell God about it.
 
• Has God spoken to you through one of these verses? Tell Him about it. Journal about it.
   




 
   

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Linden Lawrence
2015-01-08 6:06 AM

I have a question on 1 John 4:8;  If we harbor resentment, anger or hatred is that the same as "does not love"?

If so, could it mean that we are "not born of God"? (comparing verses 7 & 8. )   Another reason that I need to die to self daily; I need a constant rebirth experience with God.

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