Faithfulness (Fruit Of The Spirit Study Series)
^Best-selling author Calvin Miller has written an in-depth, biblically based study on the Fruits of the Spirits (Galatians 5: 22). This unique study guide can be used as a personal study or in a small group setting. ^Features include: Lesson...
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^Best-selling author Calvin Miller has written an in-depth, biblically based study on the Fruits of the Spirits (Galatians 5: 22). This unique study guide can be used as a personal study or in a small group setting. ^Features include: Lesson overview of each 6-week study Questions for reflection Character studies Bonus parable study Questions for small group discussion
FAITHFULNESS. It's the eternal, characteristic of God that emerges in the heart of believers as they allow God into their lives. By nature we are promise breakers; God is the only true promise keeper. To fuse that gap, we must surrender our own character to that of Christ. Author Calvin Miller challenges us to let God's faithfulness become the essence of who we are. He writes: "It's not about getting something; it's about becoming something. You can never be faithful until you allow God to become your faithfulness." Each study guide contains: Six one-week studies that include daily Scripture readings, devotional thoughts, and questions for personal reflection A group review of the week's theme with in-depth discussion questions designed to challenge and grow any group Journey into the essence of God's persistent faithfulness, which once ignited will continue to light the flame of faithfulness in all disciples.
Calvin Miller is probably best known for The Singer trilogy, which has sold over one million copies worldwide. He has written more than forty other books and is currently a professor at Beeson Divinity School in Alabama, USA. During the 25 years that he served as a pastor in Nebraska, his church grew from ten members to more than 2,500.