The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.
He who pursues righteousness and kindness will find life and honor.
Today we begin a discussion on the fifth Fruit of the Spirit, kindness. While love and self-control take time to grow, kindness, in my opinion, is the Fruit that is most easily grown and in the least amount of time.
Society has made a big deal about “random” acts of “kindness,” like paying for someone’s coffee in a drive-thru. I’m not sure whether this kind of random act classifies as kindness or as just nice. Because kindness is a Christian virtue, acts of kindness should be “intentional” to those around you, whether in your family or in your school or church.
There are an endless number of small acts of kindness:
1. A sincere greeting
2. Words of encouragement
3. Validating someone’s…